How to Trade for Anyone in Madden 20 Franchise | SAR

November 16, 2021
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How to Trade for Anyone in Madden 20 Franchise | SAR

November 16, 2021
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There are now three different methods that we created so you can know how to trade for anyone in Madden 20 Franchise Mode and get impossible players in Madden 20, which we go over in more detail below. These techniques will teach you how to trade for anyone in Madden 20 Franchise.

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The method that is used to make an untradeable player tradeable is the Stack and Trade method (SAT) or the Stack and Release (SAR).

Madden 20 Stack and Release (SAR):

The Stack and Release is the most deadly trade cheat in all of Madden’s history from past to present. It can be abused and can destroy leagues by players who try to be harmful with the information they have learned from us. You do not have to be a league commissioner nor do you have to be in an online or offline mode for it to work. It will work even in a Fantasy Draft!

The SAR will work with salaries on or salaries off, it doesn’t matter. We also have contract tips to sign the most expensive guys for cheap.

The main thing to know about the SAR is you have to be in the regular season. You can do this in the preseason as well but you will have to sim to the last week or game 1 of the regular season. You without exception have to be where the league’s roster sizes are at 53/53. With that being said, you now need to grab 3 free agents for the same position you are trying to acquire. For example, if you want Aaron Donald then you would need to pick up 3 Right Ends or (REs), this works like this for any position you are trying to get using the SAR. Then, trade those three players to the team with the player you want for whatever you can get, you just need the CPU to accept the trade with 53/53 roster size. Make sure the player is not injured, if he is, turn injury off if possible. After you get the trade to go through for the player, the CPU will now cut that player and you will find him on Free Agency. Certain positions take a certain more precise SAR style that we show you how to do on the player’s MPP

Double Stack and Release (DSAR) Madden 20:

When doing the Double Stack and Release method, you first need to do is get a player that has a high overall to be stacked to the position you need. Once you have acquired the specific player, you can utilize this opportunity by trading him to the team for someone in return. You can find players to do this with on our Players to Trade For list. After you have traded him away, you then do the Stack and Release method. Just grab three players of the same position from the free agency and trade them away to that same team for whatever pick you can get from them. The team should have released the player you are looking to get your hands on.

Madden 20 Stack and Trade (SAT):

The Stack and Trade Technique is a technique we came up with in order to get players that are so-called “impossible”. This method works with a few players, such as Kyler Murray. Murray is a player who you cannot trade for no matter what. However, there is one way to get Murray…using the Stack and Trade. What you will need to do is grab a player with a higher overall. For example Drew Breez to Kyler Murray. You would grab Breez and trade him to the Cardinals. This pushes Murray down while tricking the CPU by decreasing Murray’s value. Now, Murray is tradeable. We have a list of players who you can either trade for them straight up or you will have to use one of our three methods shown above.

If you have any other questions regarding these methods then see our “Does the SAR Still Work” to find out more.


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