FIFA 23: What is the cheapest way to buy the game?

With FIFA 23 releasing next month, players will be scrambling to get their hands on a copy of the game.

Although the famous football franchise usually has a suggested retail price, there is usually always a way to get the game for less money.

The sports news explains how you can save on the purchase of the latest game as part of the partnership between EA Sports and FIFA.

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What is the cheapest way to buy FIFA 23?


There are two ways consumers can get 10% off FIFA 23 pre-order purchases.

  • If you have an EA Play subscription when you purchase the game digitally through the EA Sports website.
  • If you own FIFA 22, open the game and click the Pre-order FIFA 23 button where you need to buy the Ultimate Edition to get the discount.

Note: Both discounts are separate and cannot be combined.

Upon release

Check back once the game is released at the best sale price.

Where can I buy FIFA 23?

How to pre-order FIFA 23 Standard, Ultimate or Legacy Editions

FIFA 23 is available to pre-order directly through EA Sports by clicking on the link here – with the link that takes you to the EA Sports Shop in your region of the world.

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The game is also available for pre-order from video game retailers and some electronics stores including Epic Games (US), EB Games (AU) and GAME (UK).

How to buy FIFA 23 once the game is released?

FIFA 23 will be available from most video game retailers and electronics stores that sell video games.

The game can also be purchased in physical or digital form through the EA Sports Shop.


FIFA 23 price: How much are the Standard, Ultimate and Legacy editions?

Pricing for the game based on console and edition is listed below, with US, Australian, and UK costs listed.

EA Play subscribers get 10% off these prices when they pre-order.

console edition U.S$ CHF UK£
PS5 and Xbox X/S default $69.99 $109.95 £69.99
PS5 and Xbox X/S Ultimate $99.99 $149.95 £89.99
PS4 and Xbox One default $59.99 $99.95 £59.99
PS4 and Xbox One Ultimate $99.99 $149.95 £89.99
personal computer default $59.99 $99.95 £59.99
personal computer Ultimate $99.99 $119.95 £79.99
Google Stadia Ultimate $89.99 $89.99 £79.99
Nintendo switch heritage $39.99 $59.95 £34.99

FIFA 23 Standard Edition vs. Ultimate Edition

As with previous versions, FIFA 23 will feature three different editions that fans can purchase: the Standard Edition, the Ultimate Edition, and the Legacy Edition.

That standard edition will cost $59.99 (£59.99), which is in line with most major video game releases.

That Ultimate edition costs $99.99 (£89.99) but allows the user to access the game three days early on the pre-release date. It also comes with the following:

advantages default Ultimate
Team of the Week 1 Player Item (non-tradable) ✔️ ✔️
Loaned by Kylian Mbappe ✔️ ✔️
FUT Ambassador Loan Player Selection ✔️ ✔️
Career Mode Own Talent ✔️ ✔️
FUT Ones to Watch items ✔️
4,600 FIFA Points ✔️
FIFA World Cup FUT Hero (on pre-order) ✔️
Three days early access (for pre-orders) ✔️
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That legacy edition costs $39.99 (£34.99) and is a recall of previous versions with updated rosters, but “with no new development or significant improvements,” confirmed EA Sports. This mainly applies to the Nintendo Switch, which is only available in the Legacy Edition. It does not come with the new HyperMotion 2 technological improvements or any of the new game modes. Essentially, this is FIFA 22 with a few minor upgrades.

What is EA Sports FC?

The upcoming edition of FIFA 23 will be the last in the partnership between EA Sports and world governing body FIFA.

After the forthcoming release, all future games will no longer use the FIFA name or branding, nor will the World Cup be part of the game as an official FIFA event. Instead, that will be franchise renamed EA Sports FC.

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After months of negotiations to extend their current partnership, both sides were unable to agree on the future terms. While the current contract expires after the 2022 World Cup in December, EA Sports and FIFA have agreed to extend the current contract until the FIFA Women’s World Cup in July and August 2023.

After the deal expires, the game will become EA Sports FC. While the name will be different and the game’s aesthetic could change, there’s little about the game’s structure or gameplay that will fundamentally change after the split.

“EA SPORTS FC will enable us to deliver that future and beyond…but not before delivering our biggest game ever with our current naming rights partner FIFA for another year,” EA Sports said in the company’s official statement. “We are committed to making the next FIFA our best yet, with more features, game modes, World Cup content, clubs, leagues, competitions and players than any FIFA title before it.”

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