Premium Bond


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a government bond that bears no interest or capital gains but enters the holder into lotteries

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We had PS20,000 from downsizing and decided to try our luck in Premium Bonds.
In total, the region has 35,703 unclaimed premium bond wins, worth a huge PS1,684,500.
The information comes from National Savings and Investments (NS&I), who run the premium bonds draw.
NATIONAL Savings and Investments (NS&I) have announced that it is reducing the annual Premium Bonds prize fund rate by 0.
Or write, with details of your name, address, any former names and addresses, date of birth and, if known, your Premium Bond Holder's number, to: Premium Bonds National Savings and Investments, Glasgow, G58 1SB.
The move was announced as the Treasury-backed group said it was also reducing the Premium Bond prize fund rate from 1.
But the interest rate which decides the Premium Bond prize kitty has fallen five times in 2008.
TWO women in the West Midlands have each scooped pounds 1 million premium bond jackpots.
Savings related unit-linked endowments have stabilized, as risk averse customers have chosen regular premium products rather than risking a lump sum investment in a single premium bond.
To celebrate the increase to the allowance and encourage Premium Bonds holders to share their Premium Bond stories - NS&I has launched a new Facebook page - "Premium Bonds made by Ernie".
A HEFTY PS44million worth of Premium Bond prizes are waiting to be claimed by savers across the UK.
A Premium Bond is a lottery bond issued by the Government's National Savings and Investments scheme.
In exchange for earning no interest on their pounds 40 billion investment, its 23 million Premium Bond holders have the chance of winning a range of regular prizes.
MYSTERY Teessiders are being urged to put their names to more than pounds 161,000 in unclaimed Premium Bond prizes.
There are 3,696 Premium Bond prizes worth pounds 211,825 unclaimed in the old South Glamorgan area, with individual winnings ranging from pounds 25 to pounds 1,000.