FIFA 19: All FIFA Points Prices (Microtransactions)

All FIFA Points Prices (Microtransactions) in FIFA 19

While player skill is the most important factor in winning matches in FIFA 19, Ultimate Team is all about building the best team you can, which in turn gives you a better chance of winning when your team is better than your opponent’s. Of course, you can be lucky and get good players from rewards or play enough to earn the coins to buy them, but you can skip all the hard work and build up your coin total by buying FIFA Points with real-world money and spending them on packs to get items to use and sell on. If you’re planning on buying these points, you may be wondering how much you can pay. Here are all FIFA Points prices (microtransactions) in FIFA 19.

All FIFA Points Prices (Microtransactions) in FIFA 19

  • 100 Points – $0.99
  • 250 Points – $2.49
  • 500 Points – $4.99
  • 750 Points – $7.49
  • 1050 Points – $9.99
  • 1600 Points – $14.99
  • 2200 Points – $19.99
  • 4600 Points – $39.99
  • 12000 Points – $99.99

You can buy Points and see of the prices for the microtransactions in the game itself by going to the Store tab on Ultimate Team and selecting the pack of points you want.

Then, when the transaction is complete, the points will automatically be debited into your account. Alternatively, you can buy them from the store on the platform of your choice. When it be on the PlayStation Store or Microsoft Store, simply search for FIFA 19 or FIFA Points and they should appear.

They will then appear in your account when you next log in. Be aware, however, that this only works in the full game and cannot be done if you’re playing Ultimate Team via the Web App or Companion App. You will need to wait until the game’s full release or head to EA Access on Xbox One/PC.

That’s all you need to know about all FIFA Points prices (microtransactions) in FIFA 19. For more tips and tricks on the game, check out our FIFA 19 wiki guide.

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