June’s £1 million Premium Bonds winners come from Nottingham and Stoke on Trent.

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.

June 2020 prize draw breakdown

In the June 2020 prize draw, a total of 3,641,580 prizes worth £104,088,425 will be paid out. There were 89,218,660,280 eligible Bonds for the draw. Since the first draw in June 1957, ERNIE has drawn 484 million prizes with a total value of £20.7 billion.

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Checking Premium Bonds prizes

Customers can check to see if they have won on the prize checker and prize checker app from Tuesday 2 June 2020. Customers will require their Premium Bonds holder’s number to use the website and app.

Customers who have chosen to have prizes paid to their bank account, or have their prizes reinvested, will be informed whether they have won by email or text message and can check the online prize checker at or the NS&I prize checker app to see the value of their prize. Customers who receive warrants, like a cheque, will receive notification of any wins through the post.

Customers can arrange to get future prizes paid straight in to their bank account if they are registered for NS&I’s online service and have an email address or mobile phone number. Customers should visit and click ‘Log in’, go to ’Your profile’ and select ‘Your prize options’.

NS&I Premium Bonds prize warrants are valid for three months, however the warrants may still be accepted at a later date by the bank – up to 6 months. However, if you have a problem at that time and the bank won’t accept the warrant, NS&I can send you a new warrant.

New customers buying Premium Bonds for the first time, should do so online at https:\\ Existing customers looking to increase the size of their holding in Premium Bonds can invest by bank transfer and do not need to be registered for our online and telephone banking service to do this. Find out more at:

Jill Waters, NS&I’s Retail Director, said:

“We are currently asking new and existing customers to do everything they can with NS&I online. Customers who invest with NS&I online will be automatically registered so that they can manage their savings online or by phone. This will allow them to check their balances, pay money in or take it out, choose to have any Premium Bonds prizes paid directly into their bank account and also to transfer money between their NS&I accounts.

“For any customer wishing to invest into an existing NS&I account, the quickest way to do this is to make a transfer from their bank account or to set up a standing order. Customers can invest into all of our on sale products using this method.”



Notes to Editors

1. NS&I has spokespeople available for interview, including Agent Million, as well as a wealth of facts and figures (including regional) about Premium Bonds. If you require any further details, please contact the NS&I media team on the contact details below or tweet your question to @nsandi

2. All Premium Bonds prizes are free of UK Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax.

3. 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.

4. The annual Premium Bonds prize fund rate is 1.40% and the odds of each individual Bond number winning any prize are 24,500 to 1.

5. Pictures of ERNIE 5, the previous ERNIEs and Premium Bonds, including the Premium Bonds app are available in high-resolution jpeg format from the NS&I media team.

6. NS&I is urging customers to go online to if they need help to manage their savings during the Coronavirus pandemic. NS&I is currently receiving more calls than usual and it is taking longer than normal to help customers. Customers should use to deal with their queries, so that those who are most in need, such as those who do not have access to the internet or those who require critically urgent help, can deal with NS&I by phone. Customers should also only send NS&I anything by post if they have no other choice.

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NS&I media team


Chris Dowsett

020 7932 6799

Sam Faulkner

020 7932 6801

Jonty Alone

020 7932 6633

Sara Brown

020 7932 6874

James Carr

020 7932 6829

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