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nsi issues premium bonds code which means youre owed £1million

NS&I issues Premium Bonds code which means you’re owed £1million

NS&I has announced its Premium Bonds winners for April – and people may have won £1million. The first £1million prize went to a saver from Durham with the winning Bond 466HE388102, which they purchased when they bought £47,000 in Bonds in August 2021. A person from the Mid Scotland and Fife area won the other £1million top prize, with winning Bond 337EP023809. They purchased their winning Bond in August 2018 when they bought £10,000 in Bonds, NS&I, which is backed by the Treasury, said. Every month only two winners take home £1 million but plenty of other prizes are available, with 71 people winning the second prize of £100,000 and 141 claiming £50,000. You can check your account via the NS&I website, NS&I says. The full list of winners and the number of customers winning each amount show £1million – 2, £100,000 – 71, £50,000 – 141, £25,000 – 284, £10,000 – 590, £5,000 – 1,177, £1,000 – 12,573, £500 – 37,719, £100 – 1,280,509 and £50 – 1,280,509. There were also £25 – 2,376,161 – winners. Andrew Westhead, NS&I Retail Director, said: “Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Premium Bonds £1 million jackpot is testament to the love the nation has for this iconic way of saving, with over £30 billion in prizes of all sizes being paid out since the draw started back in 1957. “A huge congratulations to our 528 £1 million jackpot winners over the last 30 years, including this month’s winners from London and the Highlands and Islands. At NS&I we couldn’t be prouder to bring excitement and opportunity to the nation’s savers every month, and we look forward to many more decades of Premium Bonds winners to come.” One of NS&I’s five Agent Millions, who deliver the good news to winners said: “Premium Bonds are often people’s hard-earned savings and they invest with us because they trust us. I love my job, I’d do it every day if I could, it’s such an honour and a privilege. I get just as much pleasure and satisfaction delivering the news as the winners do receiving the news.”

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