New millionaire from london in june’ s jackpot draw

woman living in London

Bond Number: 186GX671352

Winning Bond bought in November 2011

Total holdings £ 13,500

For the June 2013 draw ERNIE paid out over 1.8 million prizes, together amounting to over £56 million in value. There were 45,431,015,289 eligible Bond numbers in the draw.

Prize and value breakdown in June 2013

Value of prizes Number of prizes
£1,000,000 1
£100,000 5
£50,000 9
£25,000 20
£10,000 48
£5,000 95
£1,000 1,136
£500 3,408
£100 33,378
£50 33,378
£25 1,821,483
Total prize fund value Total number of prizes
£56,788,775 1,892,961


In London there are 1,361,850 Premium Bonds holdings worth more than £2.4 billion.

Unclaimed Premium Bonds prizes

Across the UK there are over 914,000 unclaimed Premium Bonds prizes worth more than £44 million. In London in particular, over 121,000 prizes worth more than £5 million still remain unclaimed. There is a man from the region who is still due to receive £10,000 after failing to claim his prize in a previous draw. He has just £100 invested in Premium Bonds and the prize was won in March 2006.

There are a number of other unclaimed prizes due to the residents of London, the oldest of these outstanding prizes having been drawn in December 1958. Premium Bonds holders can reduce the chances of their prizes becoming unclaimed by managing their Premium Bonds online or opting to have any prizes paid directly into their bank accounts by BACS, with notification by email. To sign up holders should visit: .


Some of the top unclaimed prizes in the London region:

Winning Bond Number Winner Month and Year of Draw Current Holding Balance Prize Value
17TM646098 Female June 2010 £16,275 £10,000
1SE210611 Female August 2010 £30,000 £10,000
41HK914566 Male May 2008 £30,000 £10,000
49VB300010 Male March 2006 £100 £10,000
13KP092658 Female November 2007 £10 £5,000


Some of the oldest unclaimed prizes in the London region:

Winning Bond Number Winner Month and Year of Draw Current Holding Balance Prize Value
EL922748 Male December 1958 £6 £25
AK956009 Male June 1960 £7 £100
BN124135 Female July 1960 £2 £25
2KP698328 Female April 1961 £20 £25
BB407285 Female July 1961 £2 £25


There is no time limit for claiming prizes. Premium Bonds investors can check to see if they have won by visiting and using the Premium Bonds prize checker on the homepage.

June’s prize fund rate and odds

The Premium Bonds prize fund rate is 1.5% and the odds of each individual Bond number winning a prize are 24,000 to 1.

Premium Bond facts

  • Since the first Premium Bonds prize draw in 1957, more than 264 million tax–free prizes worth approximately £14.3 billion have been paid out.
  • Premium Bonds are an investment where, instead of interest payments, investors have the chance to win tax-free prizes. They were officially launched by Harold Macmillan, Chancellor of the Exchequer, in his 1956 Budget.
  • Premium Bonds can be bought online at, by telephone on 0500 500 000 (see note 5), by post and over the counter at Post Office® branches.
  • Premium Bonds offer investors 100% capital security, backed by HM Treasury, as well as the sense of fun that comes from potentially winning tax-free prizes.
  • As at December 2012, customers have over 22 million holdings in Premium Bonds totalling more than £43 billion. Prizes range from £25 to £1 million.


Notes to Editors

  1. All Premium Bonds prizes are free of UK Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax.
  2. The jackpot winner becomes ERNIE’S 281 st Premium Bond millionaire.
  3. Unclaimed Premium Bond prizes are defined as prizes over 18 months that have not been paid out (cashed). Addresses held for customers with unclaimed prizes might not be the current residential address of the customer.
  4. Pictures of ERNIE (including the new ERNIE 4 machine), Agent Million and people buying Premium Bonds are available in high-resolution jpeg format from the NS&I media team.
  5. Customers can buy Premium Bonds over the phone by calling 0500 500 000. This is a free phone number but calls from mobiles and some landline providers may be chargeable. Telephone calls may be recorded.
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