TWO £50k winners purchased Premium Bonds less than six months ago, according to NS&I.

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TWO £50k winners purchased Premium Bonds less than six months ago, according to NS&I.

EVEN THOUGH THEY BOUGHT THEIR PREMIUM BONDS LESS THAN SIX MONTHS AGO, TWO LUCKY PREMIUM BONDS WINNERS HAVE EACH WON £50,000.

The winners of the September 2021 Premium Bonds were announced today, and two lucky winners of £50,000 each were among them. The fact that both of the winners only bought their Bonds in May and June of this year is exceptional – a textbook case of ‘beginners luck.’

When people invest in Premium Bonds through the Government-backed savings service NS&I, they can win up to £1 million in prize money, with winners named every month.

And, while anyone can win at any moment, the winners of the Bonds purchased in Hertfordshire in May and Plymouth in June will undoubtedly be overjoyed that their wagers paid off so swiftly.

They’ve seen a tremendous return on their investment in just a few months.

Customers can check their Premium Bond numbers on the website or app, and the service will be completely updated with September’s winners by tomorrow, September 2, 2021.

When NS&I revealed the winners of its £1 million jackpots today, it made two new millionaires.

A guy from Shropshire won with a bond purchased in October 2006, while a woman from Bristol won with a bond purchased in October 2003.

Every month, millions of pounds in prizes are up for grabs, with rewards of up to £100,000 still available.

Participants should check their Premium Bonds via the NS&I’s prize checker on its website or app if they want to get their stake.

Every £1 Bond number, regardless of when or where it was purchased, has an identical chance of winning.

Premium Bonds could be a good choice for individuals who have seen their savings account interest rates drop due to the epidemic.

Martin Lewis, writing on his Money Saving Expert website, claims that the odds are stacked against savers when it comes to these investments.

“Premium Bonds are all about your mentality,” he continued. They do protect your money, so even if the returns don’t appear to be good, it’s fine to invest a little percentage of your money in them as long as you understand it’s more for enjoyment than profit.”

This sort of account has the advantage of allowing savers to withdraw and deposit funds at any time. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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