Gift of College™ gift card is a perfect gift to help with the cost of higher education.
It’s a smart, easy and gift that’s sure to fit for the holidays, baby showers, new arrivals, birthdays, graduations, and other celebrations.
It can be used to EITHER save for college or pay down student loan debt.
These gift cards are:
· Redeemable into any 529 plan or any student loan account
· Help loved ones start and continue saving
· Lighten the load of college graduates
· They’ll thank you!
Where can I purchase Gift of College Gift Cards?
Gift of College gift cards can be purchased online at GiftofCollege.com or at over 3000 retail store locations including select Target and Barnes & Noble locations, and other retailers. To find the closest store to you, use the Store Locator on giftofcollege.com
Do I need to know which 529 plan, if any, or student loan the recipient has?
No, you don’t need any account information at all. The value of the gift card can be applied to any 529 college savings plan, ABLE plan or student loan account.
What if the gift recipient doesn’t yet have a college savings account?
The gift card is a great way to help a loved one get started. Once they receive the card, they can research account options at giftofcollege.com or elsewhere.
How is the gift card redeemed?
Visit GiftofCollege.com and log into an existing Gift of College profile or create one.
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Disclaimer: I have teamed up with Gift of College support of this campaign. We received compensation for participation in this campaign. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.