July’s Premium Bonds jackpot winners come from Inner London and Surrey.

The first winning Bond number drawn was 210ST236184 and it belongs to a winner in Inner London. The jackpot winner holds £30,300 in Premium Bonds and purchased the winning Bond in August 2013. They become the seventh millionaire chosen by ERNIE from Inner London.

The second winning Bond number drawn was 471RR305957 and the winner comes from Surrey. The winner holds £22,350 in Premium Bonds and purchased their winning Bond in September 2021. The win makes them the 28th Premium Bonds millionaire from Surrey.

There were over 4.8 million other prizes drawn this month worth between £25 and £100,000. The total value of all the prizes was over £138 million.

Dive into summer with a new savings habit
Premium Bonds are one of the nation's most popular savings products and are the perfect way to start a savings habit, with the minimum investment starting at £25.

Premium Bonds customers can add to their Premium Bonds holding quickly and securely, both for themselves or their child, via bank transfer. By topping up regularly each month, customers are giving themselves further chances to win in each monthly draw. Customers can find out how to make a bank transfer and set up a standing order into their Premium Bonds here.

Ian Ackerley, NS&I Chief Executive, said: “Congratulations to our July jackpot winners. We hope they enjoy this life-changing amount of money.

“One of our winners waited around nine years to win the jackpot prize, showing that good things really do come to those who wait.

“Starting a regular savings habit now really can have benefits in the future.

July 2022 prize draw breakdown
In the July 2022 prize draw, a total of 4,839,889 prizes worth £138,340,075 will be paid out. There were 118,577,209,603 Bond numbers eligible for the draw. Since the first draw in July 1957, ERNIE has drawn 572 million prizes with a total value of £23 billion.

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Receive Premium Bonds prizes faster
Customers can choose to have their prizes paid directly to their bank account or have their wins automatically reinvested into more Premium Bonds. By having prizes paid directly, it reduces the number of prizes that go unclaimed and means that customers can benefit from their wins more quickly. More than nine in ten prizes are now paid directly to customers’ bank accounts or reinvested into more Bonds. This is quicker, easier and more secure for customers than receiving prizes via cheque in the post. Customers can find out more about the benefits of getting their prizes paid directly into their bank accounts or automatically reinvested into more Premium Bonds here.

Premium Bonds holders can check to see if they have won a prize in July’s prize draw, by using the prize checker, official prize checker app or their Alexa-enabled device from Saturday 2 July 2022. Customers will need their Premium Bonds holder’s number to use the website and their NS&I number or holder’s number to check via the prize checker app. At the same time, they can check for any unclaimed prizes owed to them.

Notes to Editors

  1. NS&I announced on 24 May 2022 that the Premium Bonds prize fund rate would increase from 1.00% to 1.40%, with the odds changing from 34,500 to 1 to 24,500 to 1. The changes were effective from the June 2022 prize draw and more information can be found here.
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  3. All Premium Bonds prizes are free of UK Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax.
  4. NS&I is one of the largest savings organisations in the UK, offering a range of savings and investments to 25 million customers. All products offer 100% capital security as NS&I is backed by HM Treasury.
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