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nigel woollsey

Nigel Woollsey

Online Writer
Published: 01/06/2020

As lockdown restrictions start to ease across the UK, this month’s Premium Bond winners have even more reason to celebrate. This month the two £1 million Premium Bond winners are from Nottingham and Stoke-on-Trent, with countless others across the country landing additional prizes of between £100,000 to £25.

Two new Premium Bond millionaires

The first eligible Bond number drawn was from Nottingham. The woman, who has the maximum holding of £50,000 in Premium Bonds, purchased her winning Bond in January 2017. The winning Bond number is 292ME808065 and makes the woman the eighth £1 million jackpot winner from Nottingham.

June’s second Premium Bonds millionaire is a man from Stoke-on-Trent. He has a total Premium Bonds holding of £27,500 and his winning Bond number is 384CP325978. He purchased his winning Bond in February 2020 and the win makes him the second millionaire from Stoke-on-Trent.

Many congratulations to both on their life-altering win.

3.6+ million winners in June

The two new millionaires won’t be the only one’s celebrating this month. Six lucky people have landed the top runners up prize of £100,000 each. The winners hail from Hereford and Worcester, Kent, Berkshire, Essex, Bromley and Devon and hold the premium bond numbers 342VB479189, 326JF684919, 289CL559205, 314SB818097, 226DG533244 and 260PJ571674 respectively.

A further 14 Premium Bond holders have won £50,000 each and another 25 individuals walk away some £25,000 richer this month. There’s further good news for some 2,273 premium bond holders who have won between £10,000 to £1,000 each and a massive 3,639,260 people who will be between £500 to £25 better off in June. All in all, the total prize money for this month totalled a staggering £104,088,425.

£millions in premium bond winnings unclaimed

Are you a winner but don’t even know it? NS&I is currently holding onto £63 million of unclaimed premium bond prizes. There are potentially thousands of winners who could be better off but have no idea. Holders of premium bonds can keep up to date with the status of their bonds online and even have cash prizes can be paid directly into their bank account. Visit nsandi.com/register to sign up now.

Premium bond holders can also check their numbers quickly and easily using NS&I’s free online Premium Bond Prize Checker, or download the app from the App Store or Google Play.

Want a guaranteed return on your savings while you wait for the big win?

Savers who prefer the certainty of a regular return rather than the chance of a win on the premium bonds should look for the best savings deals for savings accounts, fixed rate bonds, ISAs and more on the Moneyfacts website.

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