Coins are the main currency in FIFA 23 Ultimate Team, but you can boost your squad with the purchase of FIFA Points.
Available in several different bundles, FIFA Points can buy you packs, vanity items, and entry into Online/Offline Drafts.
The bigger the bundle, the better your value for money, so make sure you know what you are getting.
How to buy
FIFA Points can be added in-game directly from the FUT Store, and it is just a few simple clicks if you already have your card details set up on your preferred console.
You can also purchase FIFA Points online from retailers such as Amazon, which will gift you a code to then redeem on your console.
Upon the launch of the FUT Web App, FIFA Points were available to add through the app for the first time ever.
That feature appears to have been removed for now, but we could see it return soon.
You can not buy FIFA Points on the Mobile Companion App.
There are seven different points bundles to choose from this year, with some slight changes to their size of them.
The 250, 750, 2,200, and 4,600 bundles have all been removed, with the introduction of 2,800 and 5,900 bundles taking their place.
The prices for the bundles are as follows:
- 100 Points – £0.79 / $0.99
- 500 Points – £3.99 / $4.99
- 1,050 Points – £7.99 / $9.99
- 1,600 Points – £11.99 / $14.99
- 2,800 Points – £19.99 / $24.99
- 5,900 Points – £39.99 / $49.99
- 12,000 Points – £79.99 / $99.99
Can you transfer FIFA Points?
You can carry over your FIFA Points from FIFA 22 to FIFA 23, provided you are playing on the same console.
Players who wish to transfer their FIFA Points from PlayStation to Xbox will not be able to do so and will need to purchase points for the console they are using.
Transferring FIFA Points is a one-time-only transfer, and must be done before Saturday, 31 December.
Other than your FUT club details, none of your other FUT 22 progress will be available to carry over into FIFA 23 Ultimate Team.