FIFA 21 Ultimate Team: How To Quick Sell Multiple Players To Raise FUT Coins Quickly
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FIFA 21 Ultimate Team: How To Quick Sell Multiple Players To Raise FUT Coins Quickly

Lloyd Coombes
30 September 2020

Be careful!

FIFA 21 goes into Early Access this Friday, and that means players are gearing up to start wheeling and dealing their prized players in Ultimate Team.

If you're new to the mode, you may be wondering how to offload players you don't want.

Here's how to clear your ranks quickly using the Quick Sell option.

FIFA 21 Ultimate Team: How To Quick Sell Multiple Players

Try not to Quick Sell your most valuable players

Don't forget, Quick Selling players will usually result in being paid a fraction of their worth, so we'd always advise offloading them via the transfer market instead.

Here's how to do just that, but Quick Selling can be a great way to make quick cash from the bronze-level players that you've outgrown.

There are three ways you can Quick Sell players:

In-Game

The most obvious way of managing your squad and raising funds is through the in-game menus.

You can use Quick Sell to get rid of multiple players at once by tagging cards with the right analogue stick, just be sure you don't accidentally sell a star player.

You can also Quick Sell consumable items in bulk, which is handy for getting rid of stacks of contract cards and the like.

Using The Mobile App

Each FIFA game offers its own mobile companion app, and FIFA 21 will offer the same.

The app gives players the same options as the in-game menus for Quick-Selling players, but in the past it hasn't allowed you to sell multiple players at once.

Instead, it'll often allow you to Quick Sell a pack of items after you've opened one - so be sure not to sell someone you may want to keep!

Using The Web App

Finally, the popular Web App lets you continue your trading and squad management just by logging in via a browser window, including Quick Sell.

You can find more information about the web app here.

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