You might be seeing the term ‘Auction House’ thrown around quite often when it comes to NBA Live Mobile Coins, but that won’t mean too much if you have no clue exactly what these are.
So, at the beginning of EA Sports’ mobile games there was just a single Auction House for buying/selling your NBA players within. For some reason though they decided to then split this into three different Auction Houses (AH) – AH1, AH2 and AH3. Now, this is slightly important and you can’t trade NBA coins/players between the separate AHs.
This means that if someone you’re preparing to purchase coins from is only on AH1, but your account (and so player) is on AH3, they won’t be able to purchase that player from you.
There is a way that you can check which AH your account is on, simply follow the instructions listed below:
Search for a player, with the following criteria:
PLAYER NAME: JIMMER
BID PRICE: 333,999
Click ‘Search’ and you’ll be presented with a similar screen shot to the one below:
As you can see, most of the results are BUY NOW price of 11,111,111. This means that, for the above account, the NBA Live Mobile Auction House is AH1.
If the above account was on AH2, you’d see the BUY NOW price as 22,222,222, and for AH3 (you can probably guess this now) it would be 33,333,333.
Rest assured, when purchasing from BuyNBALiveMobileCoins.com we keep all Auction Houses fully stocked and so you’ll never have to worry about which AH your account is on – we’l search each of them until we find your player. But this is still a neat little trick if you’re wondering about the importance of Auction Houses and what they mean when you’re buying your NBA Live coins!
So, for that safe way of building up your NBA Live Mobile Coins and an awesome team visit our store here and take a look.