The quick sell feature in FIFA 23 is a great way to earn coins for Ultimate Team items you have duplicates of or don’t necessarily need in your squad. Luckily, there’s a way to get back discarded FUT players if you quick sell them by accident.
The quick sell feature in FIFA 23’s Ultimate Team allows players to swap unwanted items in exchange for coins. Most players looking to make a quick buck will swap their duplicate players to increase their Ultimate Team coin count.
Here’s how to get back players you’ve accidentally discarded in FIFA 23.
How to recover quick sold players in FIFA 23
Access to the FIFA 23 Web App or Companion App is a necessary requirement for recovering quick sold players seeing as EA have not provided a way to do so in-game.
Here’s how to use the quick sell recovery feature in the FIFA 23 Web or Companion App:
- Login to the FIFA 23 Web App or the mobile Companion App
- Head over to the menu on the left-hand side and select Club
- Click on ‘Quick Sell Recovery’
- If your item doesn’t appear, select the calendar icon and submit the date you discarded the player
- Scroll to the player you want to recover
- Click ‘Recover’
- The player will now move into the ‘Unassigned’ section of your main FUT menu
- Send them back to your club
There are certain rules and restrictions that FIFA 23 players must adhere to when attempting to recover a quick sold player.
Each account has a limit of undoing five quick sells per 31-day period. When the 31-day period is up, your counter will reset to five potential recoveries. You can visit the Web or Companion App to find out how many recoveries you have left and how long until the reset arrives.
The next thing to take note of is that you can only use the quick sell recovery feature to get a player back up to seven days after the initial quick sell. Any items you quick sell are gone forever after a seven-day grace period.
In order to properly utilize the quick sell recovery feature, at the very least, you need to have a number of coins that is equal to or exceeds the amount made from the initial quick sell. In other words, if you quick sell an item for 300 coins, you need to have at least 300 coins in your account to recover it.
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