Fifa Points Price Difference Between XboxOne and PS4

Hello. I want to ask about the price differences between the Xbox One and PS4 platform for the same amount of Fifa points(12000) for Fifa 20. I am an xbox one user with EA Access. When I look at the price for 12000 Fifa points in Xboxone, it is showing 611.50 Turkish Lira, however when I check with my friend, in Ps4 12000 points is 373.50 Turkish Lira. That is a huge difference. Last year the prices were kind of equal between two platforms. I contacted Microsoft and they directed to EA. When I contact with EA, they directed to Microsoft. So can someone clarify this issue, as the huge difference will affect a lot of players in Xbox One platform.

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  • CarpeDiem
    2484 posts Fans' Favourite
    FIFA points are the exact same price on both consoles.

    £79.99 without ea access
    £71.99 with ea access
  • I checked with a friend of mine who is also on EA Access @ PS4. Price difference was more than 60% as I stated above.
  • kraid
    5326 posts Big Money Move
    I checked with a friend of mine who is also on EA Access @ PS4. Price difference was more than 60% as I stated above.

    Your friend is mistaken.
  • Well actually he is not, as I have the image showing the price taken by him.
  • selb
    7267 posts League Winner
    Well actually he is not, as I have the image showing the price taken by him.

    Ok, post it. Points are the same price on both consoles.
  • aslannyavrusu
    9 posts Ball Boy
    edited September 2019
    First image is from Xbox one and the other is from PS4

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  • Recoba
    4384 posts National Call-Up
    Sometimes companies increase the price based on exchange rates on those countries.
  • Recoba wrote: »
    Sometimes companies increase the price based on exchange rates on those countries.

    Actually it is not the case as all previous fifas has the same amount on both consoles, but this time difference is kind of double
  • Boommaametw3
    2919 posts National Call-Up
    edited September 2019
    Recoba wrote: »
    Sometimes companies increase the price based on exchange rates on those countries.

    Actually it is not the case as all previous fifas has the same amount on both consoles, but this time difference is kind of double

    Am on ps and it's always usd$100 for 12K so they convert it to your currency. Am in Canada and last year Canadian dollar was up and it was only Cad $110 but Canadian dollar is low right now and it cost cad $130 now. So it's more expensive this year but it still US$100
  • Recoba wrote: »
    Sometimes companies increase the price based on exchange rates on those countries.

    Actually it is not the case as all previous fifas has the same amount on both consoles, but this time difference is kind of double

    Am on ps and it's always usd$100 for 12K so they convert it to your currency. Am in Canada and last year Canadian dollar was up and it was only Cad $110 but Canadian dollar is low right now and it cost cad $130 now. So it's more expensive this year but it still US$100

    So Does this mean Sony and Microsoft have different kind of exchange rate understanding? lol
  • kraid
    5326 posts Big Money Move
    edited September 2019
    First image is from Xbox one and the other is from PS4

    IyqQ4sS.jpg

    IyqQntj.jpg

    https://pasteboard.co/IyqQ4sS.jpg

    https://pasteboard.co/IyqQntj.jpg

    Ummmm not sure if I’m missing something but these look like they are using different currencies.
    Sorry did a google and looks like they are the same but different abbreviations. Weird, my bad
  • kraid wrote: »
    First image is from Xbox one and the other is from PS4

    IyqQ4sS.jpg

    IyqQntj.jpg

    https://pasteboard.co/IyqQ4sS.jpg

    https://pasteboard.co/IyqQntj.jpg

    Ummmm not sure if I’m missing something but these look like they are using different currencies.
    Sorry did a google and looks like they are the same but different abbreviations. Weird, my bad

    They are totally same actually. TRY is the international abbreviation and TL stands for Turkish Lira.
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