As an exclusive member benefit, we are excited to give 20 lucky members the chance to win two tickets to one of the world’s biggest music icons touring Australia for the last time on the 21st and 23rd of December 2019* in Sydney.
Don’t miss your chance to win this once in a lifetime opportunity.
What you need to do to enter:
To be in with a chance start your search to consolidate your super by 17th November 20191.
Consolidate your super online in 3 simple steps1
- Save on multiple account fees which could add up to thousands of dollars overtime
- Help you avoid unnecessary paperwork
Note: you will need to have your mobile number on your account to perform a search. If you update your details, please allow five business days for your information to update in our system.
Once your mobile number is updated, you can take advantage of our search and combine tool to find any lost super, or super you have with other funds.
Winners will be drawn on the 25th November and announced on the 6th December 2019.
Giving back to members in more ways than one
Our new partnership with the ICC, means we can give back to our members in benefits such as this. As a major investor in ICC Sydney, our members already own 45% of this great venue. You can feel very proud of the contribution this asset is making, not only to your investment return, but to the broader community and economy as well.
Access to the exclusive ICC Member Lounge
Enjoy the benefits of being a First State Super member and get access to the First State Super Member Lounge, for you and up to two friends.
The lounge is a comfortable place to relax before seeing your favourite artist. It offers high quality refreshments, all sourced locally from NSW.
* Terms and conditions apply. NSW Permit No LTPS/19/39195
Consider any exit charges or other costs that your other fund(s) may charge, including any tax implications arising from the rollover. You may lose benefits such as insurance in the other fund or there may be other implications such as capital gains tax if you request a transfer. We recommend you contact the other fund for any information about your benefit entitlements including any fees or charges that apply to the transfer. ↩