FIFA 22 – How to List Items on Transfer Market

List a Player on Transfer Market

When you list an item on the FIFA 22 Transfer Market, it means your player card will be put up for sale in the market, and people will be able to bid on it. Here you can learn how to list your items and player on the transfer market for bidding.

Learn more about the FIFA 22 Transfer Market if you are not already familiar with it.

Follow these procedures to list your player card or any other FUT item for sale on the Transfer Market:

  • Select your item (From your Squad or My Club)
  • Select Action (PS4: Square button / Xbox: X button)
  • Select the Option “List on Transfer Market” – It’s only available for tradeable< items/li>
  • Set your Starting Price
  • Set your Buy Now Price
  • Set your Duration (per Hour)
  • Select “List on Transfer Market” when you are sure about the listing

Once you are done, you will get a notification about the FUT Tax which is 5% of your sold price. This indicates that your item is already on sale for the time period you specify.


Transfer Market - Listing Players

Starting Price

The minimum price you specify for your bidding is known as the starting price. For auctioneers, your bid will begin at this price.


Buy Now Price Price

This is the maximum for your bidding. Buy paying this price, a bidder can buy your item immediately.


Duration

This is the amount of time your item will be up for bidding. Your item will be removed from the market after this time period has passed. The following is a list of preset durations:

  • 1 Hour
  • 3 Hours
  • 6 Hours
  • 12 Hours
  • 1 Day
  • 3 Days

FAQ

Here are some frequently asked questions regarding listing items on FUT 22 Transfer Market.

Can I cancel a submitted listing on Transfer Market?

No, it is not possible to remove a listing once it has been submitted.

The “List Of Transfer Market” option is not available – It is greyed out, why?

It is because your selected card is not Tradeable.

Can I list an untradeable player/item on Transfer Market?

No. Untradeable items cannot be listed on market.

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