Published On: Mon, Sep 2nd, 2019

Premium Bonds September 2019 winning numbers: Who won this month’s premium bonds? | Personal Finance | Finance

The NS&I has selected two Premium Bonds jackpot winners for the latest £1 million prize. There are a total of 3,368,108 prizes being paid out in the September draw, with a combined value of £96,271,675. As well as the two £1 million bonds, there are six winners of £100,000, 11 of £50,000, 22 of £25,000 and 113 worth £5,000.

Who won this month’s Premium Bonds?

The winners of the top Premium Bonds prize in September’s draw is a man from Surrey and another from Hertfordshire.

The man from Surrey bought his winning bond in January 2018, with the number 319ML537267.

That makes him the 23rd person to win the top prize from the county.

READ MORE: Premium Bonds checker: How to check if YOU have won £1million JACKPOT?

The man from Hertfordshire is the third person to win from the county this year.

He won with the Bond number 350AS143074, and bought the ticket in January this year.

The Hertfordshire resident has the maximum £50,000 invested.

Hertfordshire is rapidly becoming something of a haven for Premium Bonds millionaires.

Ian Ackerley, chief executive of NS&I, said: “Each £1 bond has an equal chance of winning.

“Whether it is a high value holding like September’s winners or a smaller standing order that builds up steadily over time, the magic of Premium Bonds is that regular savings habits can lead to life-changing sums of money.

“The enduring appeal is the chance to be surprised and delighted by not only the jackpot, but by any of the three million plus tax-free prizes paid out this month.”

How to check if you’ve won September’s Premium Bonds prize

You need to have your holders number to hand, as all prizes and bonds are grouped under this.

Holders numbers can be found on bond records or if you log into NS&I’s website and are either 10 or nine digits or eight digits followed by a letter.

To check if you are a winner, pop your holder’s number into NS&I’s prize checker or via the prize checker app.

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