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Two winners scoop £1m each in Premium Bonds September draw

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Two individuals from Sefton and West Sussex have become millionaires after their Premium Bond numbers were selected.

Premium bond number 409PT785413 belongs to the first winner, who is from Sefton. They held £50,000 in Premium Bonds and bought the winning bond back in August 2020.

Meanwhile, another lucky NS&I Premium Bonds holder from West Sussex saw their number 324MB318235 drawn. They hold £50,000 in Premium Bonds, which were purchased in February 2018.

While the millionaire winners are notified on the first working day of the month, everyone else will have to wait until tomorrow to find out if they are one of the 4.8 million Premium Bonds winners. There were 119 billion numbers eligible for the draw, with prizes worth £139m this month.

To check if you’ve won between £25 and £100,000 in the September draw, see the NS&I prize checker, the prize checker app or via an Alexa-enabled device from Friday 2 September.

You’ll need your Premium Bonds holder number. You will also be able to see if you have any unclaimed prizes.

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