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Derin Clark

Derin Clark

Online Reporter
Published: 01/07/2021

The £1 million winners of the July premium bond draw have been revealed today to be from County Durham and Yorkshire, meanwhile thousands more premium bond holders have scooped prizes in this month’s draw.

The July draw saw two more premium bond holders win the top prize of £1 million. The first winner, from County Durham, held the bond number 441KH440355, which was purchased in February 2021 and the holder has a total of £20,025 in bonds.

The second £1 million winner from East Riding of Yorkshire held the number 439DR814317. This bond was purchased in February 2021 and the holder has a total of £50,000 in premium bonds.

In addition to the two top £1 million prizes, a further five premium bond holders won £100,000 in the July draw. Meanwhile, 11 holders won £50,000, 20 won £25,000, and 53 won £10,000. As well as this, thousands more premium bond holders won prizes ranging from £25 to £5,000 in the draw, with a total of just over £91 million being awarded in prize money this month.

NS&I to continue sending cheques in the post

National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has announced that it was scrapping plans to stop sending winning cheques in the post. Originally NS&I had planned for all prize winners to receive their winning directly into their bank account, but the scrapping of this plan means that those who prefer to receive their winnings by post can still do so.

How to check you are a premium bond winner

Premium bond holders wanting to check to see if they have won in this month’s prize draw can do so via the prize checker on the NS&I website, or through the official prize checker app. The holder’s number is needed to see if they are a winner, this number can be found on the holder’s bond record or by logging into their account.


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