How can I check if my old Premium Bonds have won?
The easiest way to check is online. You can check the latest results, bond numbers from the past six months of unclaimed prizes. Alternatively, you can write to NS&I asking for your prize history, remembering to include your name, address and either your NS&I or Premium Bonds holder’s number.
How far back can you claim Premium Bonds?
There is no time limit to making a claim. NS&I, which runs Premium Bonds, contacts winners when they have a prize to claim, however sometimes this does not work if contact details are not up-to-date or letters get lost in the post.
Do you win every month with Premium Bonds?
NS&I happily lists the chance of one bond winning a prize in a month (1 in 34,500) on its website.
What date are premium bond winners notified?
1 September 2021
This announcement tends to come on the first working day of the following month, which means the next Premium Bonds winners will be announced on Wednesday 1 September 2021. The full list of prize winners is made available the following day, on Thursday 2 September 2021.
Do Premium Bonds contact you if you win?
We contact everyone when they win a Premium Bonds prize. But sometimes the good news doesn’t arrive. This might be because you’ve moved and you haven’t told us, you’ve changed some of your personal details or our letter went astray in the post. You never need to worry about an unclaimed prize.
How do I find out if my Premium Bonds are 50 years old?
You can use your NS&I number to check your Premium Bonds online or using the bond checker app. Go through any past communication you’ve had with NS&I, including emails, letters, bond reports, or records you may have. Look for a number that’s 11 digits long and has 11, 21, 31, or 41 as its first digits.
Has anyone ever won a million on Premium Bonds?
One lucky Premium Bond holder has become a millionaire with one of the smallest ever holdings to win. The woman from Devon has £1,001 in Premium Bonds and was one of the two Premium Bond holders this month to scoop the £1million jackpot.
Is it worth having 50000 in Premium Bonds?
You are lucky – only 9.16% of people who have put £50000 in premium bonds over 6 months win more than £450. You are lucky – only 35.7% of people who have put £50000 in premium bonds over 1 year win more than £675. So no longer am I really much above the average luck!
Is it better to buy premium bonds in a block?
A There are all sorts of theories. However there is absolutely no evidence that holding premium bonds in a single block has a better chance of winning.
How are you notified of Premium Bond win?
How can I check if I’ve won the July 2021 Premium Bonds? Premium Bonds holders can check to see if they’ve won the Premium Bonds every month via the NS&I prize checker. NS&I will pay the winnings straight into your bank account or reinvest them into more Bonds, depending on what you’ve asked them to do.
Who are the winners of the Premium Bonds?
The Hertfordshire winner (Bond number: 239CV516628) held a total of £40,000 Premium Bonds and bought his winning Bond back in January 2015. The luck Essex winner (Bond number: 293GZ540034) held the maximum £50,000 Premium Bonds and bought her winning Bond in January 2017. Of course, it’s not all about the headline-grabbing jackpots.
Who was the winner of the June 2021 Premium Bond draw?
Two lucky NS&I Premium Bond holders from Leicester and Cleveland have won the £1 million jackpots in the June 2021 prize draw. The lucky winner from Leicester purchased her winning bond (404XK887196) just 11 months ago and holds the maximum allowed £50,000 in Premium Bonds.
Where was the new year Premium Bonds draw?
New Year Premium Bonds draw: have you won? Agent Million has knocked on doors in Hertfordshire and Cheshire East to surprise two lucky Premium Bonds holders with the £1m jackpot. The first number randomly selected was 244DT242763 and belongs to a man in Hertfordshire.
Where to check last month’s Premium Bond winnings?
If you forgot to check last month’s winning numbers, we’ve put them together below. You can also check if you have an older, unclaimed prize waiting for you by visiting the NS&I’s prize checker page.