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Have you won in the December Premium Bonds draw?

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01/12/2021
This month’s millionaires in today's draw are a male from Sussex and another man from Lancashire.

 

The first winner with winning bond 306VK958372 is holding £46,000 of premium bonds and bought £30,000 of bonds in July 2017.

The second Northern-based millionaire is QD081540, after buying £5,000 of bonds in February earlier this year.

Another Sussex man is among the six lucky winners of the £100,000 pay outs with winning bond number 410LV086347 after buying £7,000 of bonds in August last year.

For those unfamiliar with Premium bonds, two £1m jackpots are paid out each month, then the rest of the prize fund is share allocated to the higher value band equally among the remaining prize values. Six prizes of £100,000 are paid out, 10 at £50,000 and so on down to 100 at £5,000.

ERNIE, the Electronic Random Number Indicator Equipment, selects the premium bonds winners. It has generated the numbers for 542m tax-free prizes worth approximately £22.3bn since June 1957.

Use the prize checker to see if you have won here: https://www.nsandi.com/prize-checker

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