FIFA Coins Prices Reviews Daily – March 4, 2014

fifa coins reviews services


Today’s FIFA coins prices reviews and comparison in



XBOX 100K=£8.10/$12.66/€9.75 Flat
PS 100K=£10.76/$16.82/€12.95 Flat
PC 100K=£4.85/$7.58/€5.84 Flat (FAST Delivery)
XBOX 100K=£8.96/$13.79/€10.89 Flat
PS   100K=£10.87 /$16.99 /€13.08 Flat
PC   100K=£4.86/$7.59/€5.84 Flat
iOS  100K=£5.90 /$9.22 /€7.10 Flat


Posted in FIFA Coins Price Compares Daily, Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

FIFA 14 now available for Windows Phone 8


According to EA SPORTS, a native version of FIFA 14 has finally arrived on the Windows Phone Store, meaning that Windows Phone 8 eventually becomes available for performing FIFA 14.



For those who even don’t know or just hear little about FIFA game, here is a brief introduction. As a popular football game, FIFA 14 allows players to earn and trade or buy and sell player cards in the Transfer Market to build a fantasy football team, just like what we can do in the real life. Players can custom pick their play styles (Career Mode, for example), formations, kits and more, then compete in tournaments to earn FIFA Coins which can be used to purchase new players and whatever they need. Titled as “the most authentic football game on Windows Phone 8″, the new FIFA 14 features 34 leagues, as well as 600 licensed teams and 16,000 players, which enable gamers to feel the excitement of every pass, shot and tackle with new touch controls of “real players, real teams and real leagues”.



Now, users are able to grab FIFA 14 free of charge by in-app purchases just like purchasing packs. Remember that gamers may enable or disable in-app purchases through the Kids Corner section of your Windows Phone addictions, for those who are the first time to apply the game, they can listen to commentaries in a variety of languages including English, Chinese, French, German, Italian and Spanish.



In fact, Microsoft has already posted in Windows blog on Friday that FIFA 14 brings real players, real teams and real leagues right to gamers Windows Phone where they can use touch controls to pass, shoot, and tackle right on the field in stadiums from around the world.



Developed and published by EA in September of 2013, the sports association football game FIFA 14 has been released for platforms including PlayStation 3/4, Xbox One/360, Nintendo, Wii, iOS, Android and Windows. But now it’s added to work on Windows Phone. Those versions, which feature an engine called Ignite Engine, have landed with some graphical and game-play changes.


Posted in FIFA 14 | Tagged | Leave a comment

FIFA Points Guide for FIFA 14 Ultimate Team

FIFA Ultimate Team Points

 Previously, has already offered some tips buying FIFA Packs with less FIFA Coins or FIFA Points in the Blog. Here are some useful guides for FUT 14 Points.

What are FIFA Points?

In FIFA 14 Ultimate Team, FIFA Points are the FIFA currency which can be available for buying Packs. Originally, FIFA Points are first introduced for PC users in FUT 12 and then added to PlayStation and Xbox in FUT 13. That’s why players can use the same payment system on different platforms.

How to buy and use FIFA Points?

Generally, FUTers can purchase FIFA Points in bundles from their console’s Ultimate Team store. It is possible for PC users to buy Points through FUT 14 Web App, while others like PS and Xbox holders cannot. Before buying FIFA Points, players should make sure they have Microsoft or PlayStation currencies. Remember that Microsoft Points are being retired now and transactions on Xbox can be available by using local currency rather than Microsoft Point. FUTers can learn more in



Once buying FIFA Points on different consoles with currencies respectively, players can be able to use FIFA Points in all Ultimate Team Ecosystems including the consoles, the FUT 14 Web App and companion app for iOS and Android devices. For those who are Season Ticket subscribers, who get early access to download FIFA 14 full game three days before the date release together with Madden (Madden is not available for Sony subscribers outside of North America), NHL, FIFA, Tiger Woods and NCAA Football, their 20% discounts will be automatically applied to the price of FIFA Point bundles.



Additionally, FIFA Points mean Bulk Discounts. That’s, players can get a bigger discount and more bonus points if purchasing larger FIFA Point bundles, from which players who buy several packs in Ultimate Team can be offered great value. For example, players will be given 200 bonus FIFA Points if buying a 2,000 FIFA Point bundle, which is quite enough to buy two extra Gold packs.

Common issue

There will sometimes be an error message in FIFA 14 while purchasing FIFA Points. In such case, players should stop proceeding via Xbox Live or PSN menus. Instead, they should make sure to exit the purchase process completely by going back to the FUT Main Menu and restart it to receive their FIFA Points.

If someone insists to proceeding through Xbox Live or PSN menus while haven’t received a FIFA Points purchase on Xbox or PlayStation, they can contact the EA Support Center to ask for a refund with the following information:

Gamertag/PSN ID;
Origin ID;
Photo / Screenshot of proof of purchase (must have Gamertag or PSN ID clearly on the screen);
Approximate time of the purchase.

FIFA Points Transfer

FIFA Points may be transferred between PS3-PS4 and between XBox 360-XBox One as many times players want. It works like coins and cards in which players can transfer in the two ways. However, it is impossible to share FIFA Points between different platforms.

Besides, players can be allowed to transfer their FIFA Points from FUT 13 to FUT 14 only once, which takes place in the early access or in the release date.


Posted in FIFA Points | Tagged | Leave a comment

Tips to buy FUT 14 Packs with less FIFA Coins or Points

Last week, has already discussed whether it was worth to buy FUT 14 Packs on Blog and the answer was “Though difficult to get good cards in packs, it’s still important to keep buying packs because the game only works when cards keep being inserted into the game through the store.”




Which Pack to buy?


Obviously it all depends on what FUTers want. For example, if building a bronze squad, players should buy a bronze pack. While getting more contracts and other consumables, consumables packs are the choices. However, most want the most expensive cards-Gold Packs. Which one?


It’s quite simple: buy an available Gold Pack with the lowest price for each rare player card. These are the only cards that can actually make someone rich and the other cards are almost worthless. To know which packs have the lowest price per rare card, players only need to divide the price by the number of rare cards basing on the table.


Players should pay more attention to the category of Packs if there are other cards besides players. Generally, the best packs contain guaranteed rare gold player card, the Premium Gold Players Pack is two times more expensive than the Rare Players Pack or the Jumbo Rare Players Pack, for example. However, there are no distinct differences if purchasing with FIFA Points. For example: Jumbo Premium Gold pack and Silver Upgrade pack cost both 15,000 coins but the first may be purchased with 300 Points while the second only 50 Points.


Where and how to buy?


Usually, the store is the place where Packs are sold. Players can purchase either with coins or points the right Packs including details like the number of rare cards each pack has.


When to buy?


It’s not absolutely true to buy Packs during Happy Hour. A Happy Hour is a period of time when special packs available on the market. It may be just one hour, a full day or even a weekend. During the Happy Hours, Packs that have a lower cost per rare card are usually more attractive than the regular ones.


There are special Happy Hours named “2x Chance” that the chances of getting an IF card are two times higher than usual. But it’s quite rare. The Happy Hours will never be announced ahead of time. Most players may know if there is any Happy Hour in the main page of the FUT Web App or the consoles when it is active, or a few minutes before starting in the Twitter of EA Sports FIFA. It is impossible to know when will be the next Happy Hour but they are very common in these moments:


- Wednesdays between 4pm and 5pm just before the release of the new TOTW;
- Most of the weekends, usually during large periods of time;
- After a MOTM card release;
- During the Christmas period (last ten days of December and first two of January).


To buy Packs at the best time, players should avoid period between 5:30pm and 6pm of Wednesdays, or buy packs during good TOTW weeks or on TOTY/TOTS weeks. If success, the profit will be incredibly higher.


Posted in Packs | Tagged | Leave a comment

Friday Maintain brought FUT 14 Coin Boosts back to EASFC Catalogue

(FIFA-COINS.COM NEWS) – Amazing news for every FUTer! According to EA SPORTS, FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Coin Boosts become available once again in the EASFC catalogue.


As far as all players concerned, FUT 14 Coin Boosts are always the most wanted and popular items of the EASFC Catalogue. With these valuable EASFC Catalogue items, players can be able to receive some extra FUT Coins for each match which the item is active. Usually, the additional bonus will be added at the end of each match, together with coins that are rewarded basing on every gamer’s actual performance and playing skills.


For example: a FUT Coin Reward Boost 1000×5 means that FUTers will receive 1000 additional FUT Coins at the end of each of the 5 next matches they challenge.


In fact, EA SPORTS have already removed the items form the EASFC Catalogue just before FIFA 14 was officially released. As EA said, they have temporarily disabled FUT Coin Reward Boosts in the EASFC Catalogue while they investigated an issue that affected the FUT economy. Here is a good explanation to see what has been really happened.


Nearly five months later and when many people no longer believed, EA Sports took advantage of the official maintenance on February 21 and “by the way” brought back the FUT 14 Coin Boosts to the EASFC Catalogue.


Fortunately, all the items are currently back. Just go to the EASFC Catalogue on FIFA 14 and select the tab ‘Ultimate Team’ or ‘All’.


Check the level of these items required and how many items contained respectively if wanting to buy or players can ask friends to gift them:


1    300 FC C            200×10
8    450 FC C           200×5
24    1,000 FC C     200×10
28    2,000 FC C    1000×15
32    800 FC C        1000×5
36    750 FC C         200×5
45    1,500 FC C      200×15
51    2,500 FC C      1000×10
53    1,600 FC C     1000×5
56    1,250 FC C     1000×10
73    2,500 FC C     1000×10
96    4,000 FC C     1000×15
118    5,000 FC C    200×15

Posted in EASFC Catalogue | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Is it Worth to Buy Packs of FIFA 14 Ultimate Team


FUT 14 is a FIFA game mode where FUTers try to get the right cards to build the best team possible. While of which, Packs introducing the cards in game are one of the most significant items.
Learn all cards in FUT 14 through packs here below:


Starter Pack: when registering a new team;
Loyalty Packs: when returning players access for the first time;
Paid Packs: when purchasing packs from stores;
Rewarded Packs: when winning Tournaments or Seasons whose prizes are packs or when get Daily Gifts and other prizes.



When buying Packs, players may have already noticed that 99% cards are introduced in game by the store. That’s what exactly makes Ultimate Team Mode important. Packs can be a gold mine since only in FIFA Digital Sales which includes Ultimate Team Packs EA makes profits more than $300 million each year. To buy Packs it needs FIFA coins or real money to pay.


Where there are FIFA coins, there is a squad. Actually, it’s not the best way to buy packs with coins. has early opened lots of FUT 13 packs and sold all the cards on the market. However, the coins getting with the sales were much lower than the coins spending to buy the packs. Many also argue that buying packs is the only way to be rich. While, that’s EA Sports’ FIFA core business.


In fact, to sell more packs EA uses social networks to tell players how easily to get good cards in packs by supporting the most lucky YouTubers that publish videos opening packs with the greatest players. They force players to try their luck again hopping to get the same good cards that other players and YouTubers have.


For those who still don’t believe that buying packs is not a good option, here are some further explanations with math.


There are over 15,000 players in FIFA 14 Ultimate Team and most probably want to buy the most expensive one, Ronaldo. See what the odds are of getting him in a pack. First FUTers need to know how many players cards have in the pack being opening, for example, a pack with 4 players. While it doesn’t mean chances of getting Ronaldo is something like 1 to 3,750! There are players with more cards in packs than others.


Card Weight is a metric used to estimate how often a particular card is traded on the transfer market.The higher the Card Weight number, the higher likely this card is traded on the market. It’s an indication of how rare cards are. The Card Weight of Ronaldo is 2, the lower of all game. It means, for example, that he is 100 times less common than David Luiz which Card Weight is 200. Besides, Card Weight doesn’t measure the chance of finding a specific card in a pack since cards that are likely to be kept or quick sold by the original owner will not have an accurate weight. However, through complex calculations there’s a way to find the odds of getting a specific player in a pack using his Card Weight, the number of quick sells of that card and the number of cards stored in clubs.


In this case, as Ronaldo is one of those players that no one wants to sell again, the chances of getting him in a pack are 10 times lower than the average of gold players whose Card Weight is 150. In other words, the chance of getting him is something like 1 to 150,000 for each card player opening in a pack.


All the good cards are very rare. In the top 10 players with best overalls, none have a Card Weight higher than 40. That’s, every time someone gets a player card in a pack, the odds of getting one of these players are only 1 to 1,400.


Though difficult to get good cards in packs, it’s still important to keep buying packs because the game only works when cards keep being inserted into the game through the store.


Posted in FUT 14 | Tagged | Leave a comment

Making FIFA Coins with FUT 14 Winter Upgrades



With Winter Upgrades which would bring an in-form auto-upgrade hitting the market February 15, the market truly is in a state of mess. See what’s happening to the prices now.
The better IFs are at similar prices: a fairly big chance to make coins?

For example, if having an in-form of any gold player that got upgraded, that card will be changed in team’s possession. However, in some cases, nothing at all will those changed and improved in-forms go up to. As we all know, it was rather tough to find an original in-form rating 80 overall and jumping all the way to 180K like Pogba on the market during the last few weeks.

Why FUTers are up in arms is not due to the new-82-overall Pogba is available for the same price, but because they expected a higher ranked card would bring more coins. Here come two words: supply and demand. Demand for any major player keeps the same throughout the year and only in some exceptional cases where a player excels on the world stage, the demand for that player can rise. While, supply is almost what makes prices up and down.
Some may still wonder why high-end players like Ronaldo, Messi, Ibrahimovic didn’t go down, when packs were being ripped for the new transfer cards. That’s because they are the most difficult players to pull. No matter how many packs are opened, the supplies for such players never get high enough with demand being equal. For example, when the most packs are opened at one time this year during the TOTY release, these cards barely went down, but for a short time they did owning to those that could actually afford Messi, Ronaldo or Ibra and demand rose for players of TOTY cards.

But now, with Pogba IF being the only high-end, in form Serie A CDM card, demand has always been high. Why when the card became an 82 overall with almost every in-game stat going up did demand go down? Everyone seems surprised when their Paul Pogba IF upgraded to be a better card overnight. They considered it would be more valuable since then and decided to put it up for sale. So when the overall supply of the card obviously can’t go up, the short-term supply will go up.

If more new buyers scoop up the higher rated Pogba card and existing holders of the card realize there isn’t much to be made if selling, the long-term supply will once again become the short-term supply (fairly low) and demand will go up with pricing potentials of going higher than the current rate (170k on Xbox- which was the exact price before the card was upgraded!).

This is only the first time IFs have been upgraded automatically, whether it’s Pogba, or SIF Benatia. But just remember these issues in the current weeks to possibly decrease just a tad more, before the long-term or overall supply meets up with this short-term supply and an increase in price follows.


Posted in FUT 14 | Tagged | Leave a comment

FIFA struggle to improve human rights records conditions for future World Cup bids

According to European Parliament Thursday, FIFA will finally attach importance to the human rights record of countries bidding to host future World Cups.


As an executive committee member of football’s world governing body, Theo Zwanziger argued for the welfare conditions of migrant workers who are engaged in construction projects for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, by saying that everyone should think about to improve the welfare of workers not just FIFA, though the Qatar authorities had acknowledged they couldn’t keep doing business as usual.




In fact, FIFA has already set a deadline for World Cup organizers in Dubai and the organizers on Tuesday had yet stated an updated ‘workers’ charter’ pledging to address concerns over wages and accommodation for overseas workers and regular inspections of construction sites. While, some critics claimed that’s not enough, even though FIFA said it was just the first important step.


Zwanziger also recognized in his evidence that with the global spotlight falling on the Gulf state there would be a risk and a chance, it could help enhance the current appalling situation of human rights after all.


However, Zwanziger conceded, Qatar’s had not been sufficiently taken its record on human rights into consideration when awarded the 2022 competition. He said that all needed to reconsider such situation and give human rights a much higher status.


Others who address the parliament pointed out that Qatar’s kafala system allowing employers to withhold pay and prevent overseas workers from leaving the country by withholding their passport was illegal. The authorities must end as soon as possible.


Head of the International Trade Union Confederation Sharan Burrow said as a slave state having about 1.4 million migrant workers, Qatar still needed to do a lot to improve extreme conditions for those who lived in squalor and were forced to work in extraordinary heat, to give them a normal weekend and proper health care, etc.


The French-Algerian footballer Zahir Belounis also gave an emotional testimony about his experiences before the parliament, saying that he was limited to leave Qatar for several months in 2013 due to a contractual wrangle with his club.


As earlier as last November, European MEPs had approved a resolution to call on “Qatari authorities to stop detaining individuals for ‘running away’ from their employers,” and demand “working conditions that are in line with international human rights standards.” It’s a decision following a hard-hitting report from Amnesty International on conditions for migrant construction workers, who were involved in the estimated $200B infrastructure projects associated with the World Cup.


FIFA president Sepp Blatter responded to the report that before giving Zwanziger responsibility for heading up an investigation, the situation was “unacceptable”.


Posted in FIFA World Cup | Tagged | Leave a comment

2014 FIFA World Cup™ Trophy Tour wins a warm welcome in Mexico


FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola now is taking the spotlight on its most recent stop of the worldwide adventure Mexico, making a great impact in this city obviously. After tour to Venezuela and Guatemala, the Trophy sported in Monterrey, Mexico on 6 February early where hundreds of thousands of local residents embraced the event with a warm welcome.


Having greeting the FIFA World Cup™ 14 times, Mexico this time made itself to be the 15th with the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ landing. As a football hotbed, the city plays a significant role in promoting and developing FIFA’s football, with the game keeping popular since the hosting of 2011 FIFA U17 World Cup. Additionally, as for the 87-year-old Coca-Cola who has been working to bring people funs through music and physical activities, Mexico is a key focus.


According to incomplete statistics, Coca-Cola every year supports about 4,500 community events in Mexico to make a positive difference on people’s lives physically and emotionally. In fact, the major part of these annual events is related to Coca-Cola Cup (Copa Coca-Cola), which has become the greatest inter-schools tournament there. Since launched 16 years ago, more than 1 million young fans have followed and enjoyed the tournament encouraging values of healthy living, fair play and teamwork in a large scale.


The FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola would move to the south of Mexico City for a fun fan experience at Campo Marte, after two-day visit in Monterrey. There, Coca-Cola will launch a fundraising dinner, which is focused on raising funds and awareness for the development of improved sports facilities for local Mexican communities, at the Azteca Stadium, together with some activities for publics and an exclusive viewing of FIFA World Cup Trophy aiming to special guests. The Coca-Cola Foundation has also pledged to double the funds raised during the evening.


Throughout the six-day visit, approximately 62,000 people are expected to see the Trophy, including Enrique Pena Nieto, President of Mexico, who will welcome the tour in his official residence on Tuesday.


Posted in FIFA World Cup | Tagged | Leave a comment

How to calculate Team Rating to get millions FIFA Coins

To manipulate FUT 14 for own benefit like making FIFA Coins and winning tournaments, FUTers need to know what Team Rating is and how to calculate.


What is Team Rating?
As a quality evaluation system, Team Rating allows FUTers to compare different teams purposely in terms of every player’s individual rating or overall in a team, that’s, all starting eleven plus the seven substitutes. Though a little subjective, player rating calculated will measure his reputation rather than his quality. Usually, team Rating varies from 0 (worst) to 99 (best). Besides measuring the quality of the team, the Star Rating is necessary and both are related to each other.
5 stars for team ratings above 80
4.5 stars for team ratings between 77 and 80
4 stars for team ratings between 74 and 76
3.5 stars for team ratings between 70 and 73
3 stars for team ratings between 66 and 69
2.5 stars for team ratings between 64 and 65
2 stars for team ratings between 62 and 63
1.5 stars for team ratings between 60 and 61
1 star for team ratings below 60


How to calculate?
Basically, Team Rating is the result of the average basing on all 18 players’ overalls and a correction value which gives different weights to the starting eleven, making them more important than the players starting on the bench.
First, FUTers need to know each one of the starting eleven and substitutes’ ratings to calculate the average between all 18 players’ ratings. Then sum all those ratings and divide the result by 18. Each player having rating superior to the average contributes positively to the correction factor with the difference between these two numbers. For the substitutes, this factor is divided by two.


That’s, TR (Team Rating) = AR (Average Rating) + CF (Correction Factor)


While the Correction Factor is calculated like:
CF = ((IR1 – AR) + … + (IR11 – AR) + (IR12 – AR)/2 + … + (IR18 – AR)/2) / 18
in which IRn – Individual Rating, Rating of the player number n

For example:


Consider the team shown on the image here. The starting eleven’s ratings are: 86, 85, 86, 86, 79, 88, 86, 87, 85, 88 and 85. The substitutes’ ratings are: 81, 82, 83, 87, 84, 84 and 83.


Step 1 – The AR calculation.


Sum all numbers together to get 1525. Divide it by 18 to get 84.72. Therefore, the AR is 85.

Step 2 – The correction factor calculation

CF = ((86-85)+(86-85)+(86-85)+(88-85)+(86-85)+(87-85)+(88-85)+(87-85)/2) / 18 = 13 / 18 = 0.72. That’ll be 1.

Step 3 – The team rating calculation

Add up the values obtained at step 1 and step 2, which equals 86.

Now is your turn to calculate your team as well as your opponents’!


Posted in FIFA COINS TIPS | Tagged , | Leave a comment