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Derin Clark

Derin Clark

Online Reporter
Published: 02/11/2020

The winners of the National Savings & Investment (NS&I) November Premium Bonds prize draw were revealed today.

The top prize of £1 million tax-free was won by the holder of bond number 207RY321077, located in Devon and the second had the bond number 286JH211408 and lives in West Sussex.
In addition to this, seven Premium Bond holders won the second prize of £100,000, while a further 15 won £50,000. In total 3,978,286 premium bond holders won prizes in the November draw, with prizes starting from £25.

Commenting on the winners, Jill Waters, retail director at NS&I, said: “We’re absolutely delighted for our two winners in Devon and West Sussex and would like to congratulate them on winning this huge sum of money. Part of the everlasting magic of Premium Bonds is that chance to be surprised and delighted each month, and our two winners will know more than anyone else how great that can feel.

“Premium Bonds continue to evolve and from December’s prize draw, we will be starting to phase out prize warrants. Customers should provide NS&I with their bank and contact details so they can receive their prizes quicker, easier and more securely.”

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Although Premium Bond holders are encouraged to log onto their account to update their information to enable prizes to be paid directly into their bank account, NS&I has advised customers that it would never contact customers asking for their bank details. If in doubt, customers should contact NS&I directly through its secured website –


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