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February Premium Bonds numbers revealed: have you won £1m?

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Written by: Danielle Levy
01/02/2019
February has gotten off to a good start for two Premium Bonds holders, who have won the jackpot prize of £1m.

The two winners are based in Devon and Humberside. The first winning bond belongs to a man from Humberside, with the bond number 196XA565201.

He bought £30,000 worth of Premium Bonds back in September 2012. Despite waiting over six years, his investment has paid off and he will become the third ever jackpot winner from the region.

The second Premium Bond millionaire is a man from Devon, with the winning bond number 227WY22783. He invested £40,000 and purchased his winning bond in July 2014.

Devon has attracted many visits from ‘Agent Million’ and this represents their fourteenth trip to the county.

February’s two winners brings the total of 404 winners of the £1m jackpot prize since Premium Bonds launched.

In the February 2019 draw, a total of 3.2 million prizes worth £92.1m will be paid out.

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