This post is sponsored by the Florida Prepaid College Board, through my role as a Believer Blogger. All thoughts are my own.
Florida Prepaid 2019
Hey, Florida friends! It’s Open Enrollment time for Florida Prepaid, and I’ve got some updates for you. Here’s everything you need to know about Florida Prepaid College Plans in 2019:
• The Open Enrollment time period has moved. (Nope, you didn’t miss it!) In previous years, Open Enrollment was from October – February. This year it runs from February 1 – April 30, 2019.
• Pricing did NOT increase from last year. (Woohoo!) You can check out all of the pricing options at myfloridaprepaid.com.
• In honor of its 30th Anniversary, Florida Prepaid is waiving the $50 enrollment fee for families who open a Prepaid Plan in the first 30 days of Open Enrollment: February 1 – March 2, 2019. Just use promo code RUNSIT19 when you register, and the $50 fee will be waived.
Florida Prepaid’s 30th Anniversary
It’s hard for me to believe that Florida Prepaid is celebrating its 30th Anniversary – because it means that my OWN Florida Prepaid College Plan was purchased THIRTY YEARS ago (whoa)!!! My parents purchased college savings plans for me and my sister during Florida Prepaid’s inaugural year, and it was one of the best financial decisions they ever made. (If you’ve never heard my Florida Prepaid story, you can read more HERE.)
Florida Prepaid is the largest and longest-running prepaid program in the nation, and I’m proud to be both a beneficiary and plan holder. They continue to keep college savings affordable for families with plans that start at just $47 a month.
In the coming weeks, I’ll go into more detail about what Florida Prepaid has to offer and why the best time to start saving for college is now! Make sure you check out myfloridaprepaid.com for more info about how to enroll. And when you’re ready to sign up, remember to use promo code RUNSIT19 to have your entire enrollment fee waived (a savings of $50). This offer is only available until March 2, 2019, so don’t wait too long!
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