June 2017 Premium Bonds prizes

Jackpot winners in Devon and Surrey in the 60th anniversary draw this June.

Jackpot winners in Devon and Surrey in the 60th anniversary draw this June.

June’s Premium Bonds millionaires

A male living in Devon

Bond number: 248VB937703

Winning Bond bought in June 2015

Value of winning Bond: £10,000

Total holdings: £50,000

A female living in Surrey

Bond number: 146HZ370303

Winning Bond bought in October 2008

Value of winning Bond: £2,000

Total holdings: £2,000

For the June 2017 draw, ERNIE paid out over 2.3 million prizes of more than £66 million in value. There were 69,074,402,864 eligible Bond numbers in the draw.

This brings the grand total of prizes since the first draw on 1 June 1957, to 371 million and the value of those prizes to £17.4 billion.

The first jackpot winner in 1957 was from Cumbria, and won £1,000. The two jackpot winners this month are the 363rd and 364th people to have won the top £1m prize since it was introduced in April 1994.

Prize and value breakdown in June 2017

Value of prize Number of prizes
£1,000,000 2
£100,000 3
£50,000 4
£25,000 11
£10,000 27
£5,000 53
£1,000 1,323
£500 3,969
£100 21,516
£50 21,516
£25 2,254,056

Total prize fund value


Total number of prizes


June’s prize fund rate and odds

The annual Premium Bonds prize fund rate is currently 1.15% and the odds of each individual Bond number winning a prize are 30,000 to 1.  Each Bond number has the same chance of winning, regardless of when or where it was bought.


  • The Electronic Random Number Indicator Equipment, or ERNIE, generates numbers completely at random for the prize draw and it is impossible for anyone to predict ERNIE’s numbers or to influence the results of the draw
  • The first ERNIE was invented by one of the original Bletchley Park code breakers
  • ERNIE is now in its fourth generation

Keeping track of Premium Bonds

  • The NS&I Premium Bonds prize checker app can be downloaded from the Apple Store or Google Play. It is quick and easy to use and lets customers check if they’ve won a prize in the past six months
  • Customers can also check if they have won by using the Premium Bonds prize checker

Unclaimed Premium Bonds prizes

  • Across the UK there are over 1.3 million unclaimed Premium Bonds prizes worth more than £55 million
  • In Devon there are 21,680 prizes currently unclaimed worth £851,025. The oldest is from February 1965 (worth £25), while there are 25 unclaimed prizes worth £1,000 or more, including one of £25,000.
  • A total of £1,392,325 remains unclaimed from Surrey, from 36,227 prizes yet to be paid out from the county. Among these are 32 prizes of £1,000 or more, including one prize of £10,000, while the oldest dates back to September 1963 and is worth £25.
  • Premium Bonds holders can reduce the chances of their prizes becoming unclaimed by registering to have any prizes paid directly into their bank accounts (with notification by email): http://www.nsandi.com/register
  • There is no time limit for claiming prizes

Notes to Editors

  1. NS&I has a wealth of facts and figures (including regional) about Premium Bonds. If you require any further details, please contact the NS&I media team or tweet your question to @nsandi
  2. You can read more about Premium Bond prize winners at nsandi.com/winning-stories
  3. All Premium Bond 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, because NS&I is backed by HM Treasury.
  5. The annual Premium Bonds prize fund rate is currently 1.15% and the odds of each individual Bond number winning any prize are 30,000 to 1.
  6. Pictures of ERNIE (including the ERNIE 4 machine), NS&I’s Agent Millions and people buying Premium Bonds are available in high-resolution jpeg format from the NS&I media team.
  7. Customers can buy Premium Bonds online at nsandi.com and over the phone by calling 08085 007 007. This is a new freephone number and calls to it from the UK are free from both landlines and mobiles. Telephone calls may be recorded.
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