The Tech Avion trading method gets its name from the French YouTuber that popularised it. However, since FIFA 13 that we have shared it with you as the Enhancement Method, making us the creators of this method.
It is based on adding the best possible consumables to a player and attempting to sell them at a price above their true market value. Usually, this is done by applying 99 contracts and a desirable chemistry style to a player. If you are going to use it several times, check that you have enough managers in your club to reach the 50% contracts boost.
This method works because a lot of people are too lazy to check the lowest price of a player correctly or simply don’t know how to do it.
It can clog your transfer list, but it can also generate thousands of coins with each player you sell. The higher your budget, the more valuable the players you can apply the ‘Tech Avion’ method to. For each 50k coins you invest, you make a profit of around 5k coins.
You can repeat this method as many times as you want. However, keep in mind that your cards aren’t going to sell instantly, as you’re relying on lazy buyers when the cards are close to expiring.
When using the Tech Avion Method, the most common mistakes are the following ones:
Listing one Player at a Time
Do this method with at least 50 Cards (but not all of the same player) at the same time and make sure to re-list them every hour. Remember to diversify, buying and listing only 1-2 items of each player.
Applying the Wrong Consumables
To attract lazy buyers the consumables you’re applying need to be ones that FUT players would want on that player. You need to make sure the value of the consumables you’re applying isn’t more than the profit you’ll make when you sell the player.
Not Consistently Re-Listing your Players
Your cards aren’t going to sell instantly, as you’re relying on lazy buyers when the cards are close to expiring. Re-listing your players as much as possible will increase your chances of attracting a lazy buyer.
Step by Step
- Choose your Targets
Identify a player within your budget, that’s in high demand. The size of your budget will dictate the players you can use the Tech Avion method on. The players you decide to use should be in high demand. Consider using lower-rated META gold players, newly released special players or, even better, the most used special players.
Now that you have chosen a player, try to get him as cheap as possible via bidding, during their weekly lows. If you find a good target listed with a good chemistry style, and eventually 99 contracts, at a low BIN, try to get him too. The lower the price you pay for a player the more you can make when selling them on.
- Apply the Consumables
Apply 99 contracts and a good chemistry style to your players for the cheapest price possible. This will attract lazy buyers to the FUT market. You should try to do this as cheap as possible. Use the consumables you already have in your club. Having a club full of managers helps as they provide a boost to consumables. The more Consumables you add, the more likely it sells. That’s why you can try to buy a player with a good chemistry style or position change so you don’t have to apply those.
- Determine the Price
Work out how much you’ve spent in total. You need to know how much you’ve spent, so you can list your players at a realistic and profitable price.
You have to list the player now for lazy buyers, which means listing your player for more coins on the transfer market than you actually bought him, or for what the lowest price is. Generally speaking, you should list your cards at 15 to 20% higher than their lowest market BIN, which is supposed to represent a profit out of your input of around 10%. Patience is the key to using this method successfully. Listing your cards at the right price means you will make a profit while not having a major clog on your transfer list.
- Keep Listing
There are plenty of lazy buyers on the FUT market, so don’t get frustrated if your players don’t sell the first time you list them. Have another look at your listing price. If you think it’s realistic just re-list them. Patience is the key to making this method work. Sometimes players will get stuck on your transfer list for 2 or 3 days. Don’t panic, they will eventually be sold.
“This is one of the oldest methods we know. It only works well if you have enough time to re-list your items over and over again. Remember that there are plenty of lazy buyers on the transfer market that sooner or later will buy your players.”