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Indians College Savings Giveaway Extended To October 28,2020


Indians and Ohio's 529 Plan College Savings Giveaway Extended To Oct. 28

As the Cleveland Indians head into the post-season of the 2020 baseball season, the team and Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, are extending the $10,000 college saving award giveaway until Oct. 28 to help Cleveland-area families to hit it out of the park for their higher education goals.

In July, the Indians and Ohio’s 529 made an $86,000 technology donation to Cleveland Metropolitan School District to help bridge the digital divide that schools have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic. The combined donation will provide over 300 hotspots powered by Sprint.

Now, the Indians and Ohio’s 529 Plan have partnered again to give away a $10,000 college savings award to open or to add to a CollegeAdvantage Direct 529 Plan to help with your family’s college saving goals.

The grand-prize winner will not only win the $10,000 college savings award but also six tickets to a 2021 Cleveland Indians game for the Grand Prize presentation. Three runners-up will each receive four tickets to a 2021 Cleveland Indians game and an autographed Indians item.  

Ready to enter? All you have to do is visit us on You can enter once per day, per e-mail address. This giveaway ends at 11:59 p.m. ET Wednesday, Oct.28. Click here for complete rules.

Don’t wait to enter; now’s the time to hit it out of Progessive Field for your college savings.

If case you haven’t heard, 529s are the tax-advantaged way to save for future higher education costs. With tax-free earnings, tax-free withdrawals for qualified expenses, and a $4,000 state income tax deduction for Ohio residents, Ohio’s 529 Plan is the smart and simple way to save for the future. 529s can be used at any federally accredited program such as four-year colleges and universities, community colleges, technical, art or music schools, vocational or trade schools, apprenticeships, certificate programs, grad schools, law schools, and medical schools. If you would like to learn more, check out Ohio’s tax-free 529 Plan —The Plan That Can.

Posted on September 25, 2020

Ohio Tuition Trust Authority

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