Last chance to save on your child’s college education with this 2017 Florida Prepaid Promo Code. This post is sponsored by the Florida Prepaid College Board, through my role as a Believer Blogger. All thoughts are my own.
2017 Florida Prepaid Promo Code – Last Chance!
My name is Christie and I am the ultimate procrastinating mom. Sleeping in to 7:01 am instead of 7:00 am so I can have that extra 60 seconds of beauty rest before bus stop duty? Yes, that’s me. Making lunch about 5 minutes before we rush out the door? Yes, that’s also me. (Though I tell myself that it’s because I want my son to have a “freshest” lunch possible.) Fashionably late to play dates? *Ahem,* yes. Grabbing dinner ingredients about an hour before dinner? Too many times to count.
Please tell me that you are “my people.”
***2017-2018 Florida Prepaid Promo Code updated HERE.
Here’s one thing that you shouldn’t procrastinate
There are days in parenthood where there are just not enough hours in the day. I get that. Why am I talking about procrastination today? Because here’s one thing that you shouldn’t procrastinate, your child’s college education. Their future begins now and it begins with you. The Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment period ends February 28, 2017. Yes, that’s a little over a week away. And if you’ve been putting off securing a college education for your kids, now is the time to sign up. Why? Because beginning March 1, 2017 rates will go up. This is your last chance to lock in your secured low rate for your child’s college education – with prices NEVER increasing.
Hesitant? I understand you. It’s a lot to take in – so much information, planning, time, investment, money, worries. I have been there too. But not only have we PAID OFF my son’s college education (with the Florida Prepaid 4-Year Florida University Plan), we have now secured our low rate to pay for our daughter’s college education too. That’s 2 college plans that my family has invested in, thanks to Florida Prepaid. That’s how much I believe in this amazing program.
Don’t believe the myths
There are A LOT of myths out there about Florida Prepaid College Education Plans. But parents, I have done the research for you. One of the most popular myths is that Florida Prepaid Plans can ONLY be used towards Florida colleges and universities. WRONG. The amount covered by your Prepaid Plan can actually be used at schools nationwide. Find out what other myths about Florida Prepaid are out there with these Top 5 Myths About Florida Prepaid College Plans.
One thing that is true? When the 2016-2017 Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment period ends on February 28, 2017, rates for all plans will increase. So if you’re looking to lock in the lowest possible Florida Prepaid Plan for your child’s college education, it’s time to stop being a procrastinating parent. It’s time to invest in your child’s future, right now.
Save now with this 2017 Florida Prepaid Promo Code – Last chance!
8 days, y’all. You have 8 days to grab the lowest rates for Florida Prepaid, with plans starting as low as $25. Want to save even more? Of course, you do! This is the last chance to save even more with this 2017 Florida Prepaid Promo Code. Use code BLOG1617 at checkout to save 50% off your Florida Prepaid Application Fee.
With so many plans, options and help for your family, today is the day to invest in your child – with Florida Prepaid. I have, for both of my kids. Learn more information and apply at MyFloridaPrepaid.com. And follow Florida Prepaid via Facebook.com/FloridaPrepaid and Twitter at @FloridaPrepaid for the latest updates. #StartingIsBelieving. Start today before the Open Enrollment period ends and rates go up. Start now.
Are you a procrastinating parent? Are you investing in your child’s college education?
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Amber Ludwig says
Wow!! What an amazing program!! IN a few years we will be looking for this for our son!! I hope its still around!!
Janet W. says
Those are wonderful pictures! It’s never too early to start investing for your children or grandchildren!
Lisa Coomer Queen says
This is awesome for Florida residents. Great pictures also!
Tamra Phelps says
I have relatives who live in FL, so I have heard of that plan. It does sound like a great idea. (And yeah, I am your people, lol—I put everything off. I tell myself I do my best under pressure, ha!)