FIFA 20: Can You Buy FIFA Points on the Web App? Answered

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Before the full game releases, and even before the EA Access trial goes live, you can jump onto the FIFA 20 Ultimate Team web app to open your starter packs and trade to make some coins. In case you wanted to spend some real world money, here’s everything you need to know about whether you can buy FIFA Points on the FIFA 20 web app.

FIFA Points allow you to buy packs in the game so that you can get new players and earn coins by selling the items you get. Instead of grinding to earn in-game coins, you can use real world money to get a boost.

EA Sports make a lot of money from FIFA’s microtransactions every year and FIFA Points are so popular that people want to commit their real world money on the Web App before the full game is even out.

Whether You Can Buy FIFA Points on the Web App

Unfortunately, you are not able to buy FIFA Points through the Web App. If you want to buy them, you’ll first have to log into the game, whether that be via EA Access or the full game once it releases.

You can spend them on the app once they’re on your FIFA 20 account, you just can spend real world money on the FIFA Points via that browser portal.

Of course, if that ever changes and EA Sports add the ability, we’ll be sure to update you here.

You also cannot transfer FIFA 19 FIFA Points to the FIFA 20 Web App. You will need to log into the full FIFA 20 game to transfer points.

In short,

Can You Buy FIFA Points on the FIFA 20 Web App?

No, you cannot.

Can You Spend FIFA Points on the browser site?

Yes, you can.

Can You Transfer FIFA Points to the Web App?

No, transfers can only be done on a console or PC, in the full game.

That’s everything you need to know about whether you can buy FIFA Points on the FIFA 20 web app. For more tips and tricks on the full game, be sure to check out our wiki guide or search for Twinfinite. We have also listed some other helpful guides down below.

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Tom Hopkins

Tom was Twinfinite's former Deputy Guides Editor having written for the site from 2015 through until 2021 when he left to continue his video games writing elsewhere in the industry. Tom is a Film and English graduate from London who plays far too much FIFA. Tom's been playing games since 1999 and his favorite genres are third-person action, racing, and narrative-driven experiences.