A popular SBC returns in EA FC 24. It has an unbeatable price-performance ratio. We’ll show you which difficult cards you can draw from the party bag.
What is the lucky bag? The Miracle Bag (English: Party Bag) is a surprise SBC in which players can be selected from at least two different events. The lucky bag has always offered a good price for giving you the opportunity to get very strong players.
Now the first SBC party bag has also appeared in EA FC 24, which you can repeat every day until Friday. We will first briefly introduce you to the SBC and its requirements before showing you the likelihood of a solid card.
The first SBC tote bag: these are the requirements
How much does the first surprise bag cost? The first party bag costs around 44,000 coins, although you really only have to give up a team of 83. The problem is that you also need a Team of the Week (TOTW) player. Since they are currently also required for other TOTW SBCs, these have increased dramatically and some are no longer available on the transfer market or sell out extremely quickly.
A little tip: if you still have 83 or 84 fodder left, you can complete the 82+TOTW daily repeatable career pick. At best, you’ll attract a strong TOTW player, maybe even a Mbappé from the new TOTW 9 that starts tonight at 7 pm. Worst case scenario, you’ll trade a less good TOTW for the SBC grab bag.
And another important note: Grab bag players are not interchangeable, meaning they cannot be offered on the transfer market. However, the real price in the transfer market helps us evaluate potential candidates as strong or less good.
Below you can read what players you can expect and what chances you have of getting an expensive player.
84+ RTTK or Trailblazers in the first party bag at EA FC 24
Which players can you take out of the surprise bag? The first surprise SBC offers you the opportunity to get players with an overall rating of 84 or higher from the first two EA FC 24 promotions, which are:
In total, the lucky bag player pool includes 65 players. The most notable are RTTK Haaland worth 2.6 million coins, Kylian Mbappé of Trailblazer for 4.5 million coins or Caroline Graham Hansen of Trailblazer, who is priced at 2.1 million coins.
In addition to the really big prizes, there are some players that cost around a million, but there are also many that are worth several hundred thousand coins and are therefore significantly higher than the SBC price.
However, among the 60+ players there are also many that cost much less than the SBC and are only priced at just over 10,000 coins. This is especially true for RTTK players who no longer have a chance to upgrade. If you still have hope for improvements or have already increased your rating, you can read about it in our RTTK tracker.
Finally, we calculate for you what chances there are of getting an expensive player.
What are the chances of a strong player? In total there are 33 players who cost more than the SBC is worth. 3 cards are priced roughly equivalent to the cost of the SBC. 29 players generate a major loss of at least 15,000 up to a maximum of 33,000 coins.
In the image you can see from left to right the most expensive, the most expensive and the least expensive players that you can get from the pack.
To emphasize the positive aspect: the chance of getting an expensive player or a card that would at least mean little to no loss is over 50%. This is a solid ratio compared to many other Gamble SBCs, such as the new Hero base upgrade.
Finally, all we can say is that you must decide for yourself if you want to take the risk. We find the loss calculation manageable and therefore consider the price-performance ratio to be very fair.