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September 2014's Premium Bonds winners

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Are you a winner of a big prize in this month's draw?


If you hold Premium Bonds, here are the big winners from September 2014's draw. This is the second draw to feature a second £1 million jackpot.

Prize Value  

Winning Bond number

Area

Total value of holding

Date of purchase

£1,000,000

177KY773745

Dorset

£31,050

Feb-11

£1,000,000

146DT529134

Tyne and Wear

£1,800

Oct-08

£100,000

149VX705827

Lincolnshire

£30,000

Dec-08

£100,000

160GD625505

Avon

£21,280

Sep-09

£100,000

161XK892594

Wales

£30,000

Nov-09

£100,000

203XL824227

Kent

£40,000

Mar-13

£50,000

133BP064376

Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot

£23,070

Oct-07

£50,000

154ZA387455

Lincolnshire

£30,000

Apr-09

£50,000

89SM904488

Cleveland

£27,000

Aug-05

£50,000

169BY257070

Gloucestershire

£40,000

Jun-10

£50,000

217TQ407890

Norfolk

£30,000

Feb-14

£50,000

174MG179704

Surrey

£33,025

Nov-10

£50,000

137YL562229

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

£14,170

Apr-08

£25,000

216QT659782

Leicester

£10,000

Jan-14

£25,000

177JQ630698

Leeds

£14,000

Jan-11

£25,000

132AE950453

Highlands and Islands

£28,600

Oct-07

£25,000

181PF109992

Lincolnshire

£22,000

Jun-11

£25,000

212FF651089

West Scotland

£30,000

Sep-13

£25,000

219GY689576

Derbyshire

£39,750

Mar-14

£25,000

192DT707888

Suffolk

£13,006

Apr-12

£25,000

107QJ736099

London

£3,760

Mar-06

£25,000

213JF338715

Harrow

£24,500

Oct-13

£25,000

172NT077855

Inner London

£1,500

Sep-10

£25,000

189DN511954

Leicestershire

£30,075

Jan-12

£25,000

200WC812485

Sheffield

£20,000

Dec-12

£25,000

104SG595128

Bromley

£30,000

Dec-05

£25,000

208VH039107

Kent

£20,125

Jul-13

£25,000

183MP861330

County Durham

£15,000

Aug-11

And here's a reminder of the winning numbers that scooped the big prizes in August 2014's draw.

Prize Value  

Winning Bond number

Area

Total value of holding

Date of purchase

£1,000,000

139TA402632

West Sussex

£30,000

Jun-08

£1,000,000

205AZ002858

Reading

£8,175

Apr-13

£100,000

163KP381968

Hertfordshire

£21,000

Jan-10

£100,000

66VE353571

Hertfordshire

£30,000

Jul-02

£100,000

5FZ109702

Hereford and Worcester

£14

Dec-72

£100,000

143CF772610

Hertfordshire

£30,000

Sep-08

£50,000

217SE034115

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

£30,000

Feb-14

£50,000

183VE261252

East Sussex

£23,000

Aug-11

£50,000

207WH476008

Dorset

£30,000

Jun-13

£50,000

219NP800234

Humberside

£27,575

Apr-14

£50,000

56KV849060

Essex

£29,995

Feb-05

£50,000

189LY466795

County Durham

£6,200

Feb-12

£50,000

39SR931135

Leeds

£7,001

Oct-04

£25,000

156BJ913558

Wiltshire

£25,000

May-09

£25,000

176HN489144

Kent

£29,100

Jan-11

£25,000

69ZK338354

Cambridgeshire

£30,000

Feb-97

£25,000

93FY649774

Manchester

£30,000

Oct-03

£25,000

127XM328559

Essex

£28,934

May-07

£25,000

201JM281651

East Sussex

£3,000

Jan-13

£25,000

164CM296873

Surrey

£30,000

Jan-10

£25,000

155WG356008

Bristol, City of

£29,850

May-09

£25,000

68QG385827

Wales

£23,350

Feb-03

£25,000

138SL255479

Wiltshire

£13,125

May-08

£25,000

102LL206138

Southampton

£30,000

Nov-05

£25,000

212PM038022

York

£20,200

Oct-13

£25,000

218XN687200

Dorset

£30,000

Mar-14

£25,000

199DW780544

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

£600

Nov-12

£25,000

153YV763277

Dorset

£9,000

Mar-09

Information supplied by National Savings & Investments

To see if you've won a smaller prize, use the Premium Bonds prize checker on the NS&I website.

Premium Bonds changes

Savers can now hold up to £40,000 of Premium Bonds, instead of the previous maximum of £30,000.

However, if you haven't won a prize for some time or ever, and you want to see how much interest you could earn on your money elsewhere, take a look at Where to earn most interest on your cash.

This page is updated each month with the latest winners

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