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Madden 20 Training Points | How to get Training Points

If you’re an avid Madden 20 Ultimate Team player (MUT) then you’ve likely been through the grind of trying to piece together the best team possible. One easy way that players can continue to build up their team is through Madden 20 Training Points. These are special points that will allow players to upgrade their player cards, making their current players even better. There are a couple of different ways to get Training Points in Madden 20so here is everything that you need to know.

How to get Training Points in Madden 20

Madden 20 Training Points

There are currently two different ways that players can get Training Points in Madden 20: Challenges and Quicksells. At the time of writing, there are currently eight challenges that can be completed for Training Points. You can find these by going to your list of challenges and looking for the “Assemble Your Team” set. These are solo challenges that players can complete and is definitely one of the quickest ways to earn a handful of Madden 20 Training Points.

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The other way to get Training Points in Madden 20 is to quicksell your unwanted players and items. While not quite as lucrative, it can still net you a nice amount of Training Points if you quicksell the players that aren’t worth putting up for auction. To do this, head over to your Item Binder and hover over the player you want to sell. Then press X/A (PS4/XB1) and you should see a quicksell option that will tell you how many Training Points that player is worth.

How to redeem Madden 20 Training Points

Once you’ve allocated a handful of Training Points, you’re going to want to exchange them for player upgrades. To do this, you’ll need to either go to your starting lineup or Item Binder and find the player you’d like to upgrade. Once you’re hovering over them press Square/X (PS4/XB1) to open up the options menu. From there, you should see an upgrade option in the menu. If you don’t it means that the player is not eligible for upgrades. You can then use your Training Points to upgrade overall ratings and unlock new abilities.