Your day to be a star.
On May 29, 2014, we invite you to celebrate “TNStars® 529 Day.” Whether you are a parent, grandparent, or friend, it is your day to be a star. It is also a day to take advantage of some super deals and have some fun, all courtesy of the TNStars® College Savings 529 Program and these great partners.
- The Nashville Sounds and Memphis Redbirds baseball teams are offering special discounted tickets. Buy tickets in advance or at the game:
- Memphis Redbirds: Buy online here
- Nashville Sounds: Discount has expired, see you tonight!
- Creative Discovery Museum in Chattanooga is offering special $5.29 admission and 5.29% discounts in the gift shop and café and on memberships.
- Adventure Science Center in Nashville is offering special $5.29 admission and 5.29% discount in the gift shop.
- Knoxville Zoo is offering a $5.29 discount on a child’s admission with a paid adult admission.
To take advantage of these great deals, just mention TNStars® 529 Day.
Register to win even bigger prizes.
- $529 for college savings – Win $529 from the TNStars 529® College Savings Program.
- Nashville Sounds – Win a Family VIP Suite for 10.
- Memphis Redbirds – Win a special prize pack filled with Memphis Redbirds gear.
- Creative Discovery Museum – Win an Annual Membership and a $52.90 gift shop gift certificate.
- Adventure Science Center – Win an Annual Membership and a commemorative poster.
- Knoxville Zoo – Win an Annual Membership and a $52.90 gift certificate to the Zoo Shop.
- Nashville Zoo – Win a one year Nashville Zoo Family Membership.
Open and contribute to a TNStars® account and get up to $375 in incentives added to your account! Click here for information about incentives for Tennessee residents.
The TNStars™ College Savings 529 Program offers a low-cost, tax-advantaged way to save for children’s college expenses. The plan is available to everyone and the investment returns on savings are tax-free as long as they are used for approved education-related expenses. The money saved may be applied to higher education, including public or private colleges and universities inside or outside the state of Tennessee as well as any other educational entities eligible to receive federal student loan funds, such as Tennessee technology centers.