How to Get Coins in FIFA Mobile 23: Ultimate Guide

Nutan Lele
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<div class="paragraphs"><p>Here is how to get coins in FIFA Mobile 23.</p></div>
Here is how to get coins in FIFA Mobile 23.


There are a number of ways you can earn coins in FIFA Mobile 23.
Coins are important to buy and train players to build the ultimate team.
Here is how to get coins in FIFA Mobile 23.

Coins play a crucial role in FIFA Mobile 23, allowing you to perform a number of different functions like buying and training players, upgrading your squad, skill boosts and buying coin packs. While many websites promise to hook you up with free or unlimited coins, note that these hacks or cheats can get you banned or worse, compromise your private data. If you suspect someone is using hacks or cheats in the game, you can report it to EA on Twitter or Discord. There are a number of ways to get coins in FIFA Mobile 23, and here is what you need to do. 

How to get coins in FIFA Mobile 23

You can earn a small amount of coins in FIFA Mobile 23 by playing in matches, completing quests, opening free packs in the store and selling players on the market. Another easy way of getting coins is to participate in events. Events like Flashbacks, Kickoff Rivalries, Neon Nights or the ongoing TOTS are regularly held in the game and with some of these comes the opportunity to earn coins, along with other rewards. 

Events like TOTS can help you earn some extra coins.

Earning coins through playing

You can also earn coins by playing Division Rivals. If you win matches and climb divisions in VS Attack, H2H or Manager Mode, you’ll earn a lot more coins. If you have enough of a coin stash to begin the season with, you can purchase new cards and resell them when the prices go up. Keep a look out for market refreshes to look for such opportunities.

Division rewards are a great way to earn coins&nbsp;in FIFA Mobile 23.&nbsp;

You can also check out the market to see which clubs, positions, OVR and cards are popular and buy newer cards accordingly. Prices may go up during real-life events like the World Cup or UEFA Champions League. The trend with recent cards is that older cards don’t have high OVR ratings and stats compared to new ones, so the popularity of newer cards is rising. EA has also clamped down on market prices, replacing coin rewards with new card rewards. 

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Nutan is experienced with content across various FPS, MOBA, and BR titles for both PC and mobile gaming. Basically, she's a Jill of all trades. As the former captain of an all-woman esports team, her roots lie firmly in PC gaming but she does enjoy that one map in Call of Duty: Mobile.