FIFA 21 has finally arrived and if you want to get a start on your Ultimate Team, you can spend real-world money to buy FIFA Points. We wouldn’t necessarily recommend doing so, but it will give you a coin boost early on so that you’re not struggling with a bronze team. So that you can plan your spending, here’s everything you need to know about what all the FIFA Points prices are in FIFA 21.
While you can’t buy them from the Web App or Companion App, you’ll be able to buy FIFA Points if you’re playing the EA Access trial or have the full game.
You’re able to buy them from the store section on your platform of choice, but it’s probably easier to do so from the actual FIFA 21 menus. Once you’ve completed your purchase, you’ll be able to spend the points right away.
All FIFA Points (Microtransactions) Prices in FIFA 21
We’ve included a table below, running through the price of each pack of FIFA Points (microtransactions) that you can get. They’re in the same bundles of points as they have been for the last couple of years, and they cost the same amount.
Also, if you’re an EA Access member, you get 10% off the price of the FIFA Points, as well as the full game if you pre-order. If your subscription lapses, you’ll have to go back to paying the full price.
|All FIFA Points (Microtransactions) Prices in FIFA 21|
|FIFA Points Amount||Standard Price||EA Access Price|
If more bundles are added to FIFA 21 sometime later in the year, maybe alongside new pack types, we’ll be sure to update you here.
That’s everything you need to know about all FIFA Points (microtransactions) prices in FIFA 21. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to check out our FIFA 21 wiki guide or search for Twinfinite.
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