April 2014's Premium Bonds winners

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by Lovemoney Staff lovemoney staff on 01 April 2014  |  Comments 69 comments

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

April 2014's Premium Bonds winners

If you hold Premium Bonds, here are the winning numbers that have scooped the big prizes in April 2014's draw.

Prize Value

Winning Bond number

Area

Total value of holding

Date of purchase

£1,000,000

186XG471615

County Durham

£1,000

Nov-11

£100,000

95BA403053

West Sussex

£30,000

Oct-01

£100,000

120KM691885

Warwickshire

£19,025

Nov-06

£100,000

49HX819840

Buckinghamshire

£30,000

Dec-04

£50,000

135QQ808917

Buckinghamshire

£27,491

Jan-08

£50,000

135NA625127

Lancashire

£30,000

Jan-08

£50,000

152HJ813502

Reading

£25,000

Feb-09

£50,000

77JF436857

North Yorkshire

£13,515

Nov-97

£50,000

211KN055510

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

£30,000

Sep-13

£50,000

183FZ080246

Buckinghamshire

£30,000

Aug-11

£50,000

206DG422270

Overseas

£30,000

Apr-13

£25,000

120FA344884

Lincolnshire

£22,000

Nov-06

£25,000

164EE660652

Cheshire West and Chester

£26,700

Jan-10

£25,000

149KG266596

Manchester

£30,000

Jan-09

£25,000

190QX890529

Barnet

£30,000

Mar-12

£25,000

127LG025842

West Sussex

£3,250

Apr-07

£25,000

155FN207080

South Gloucestershire

£24,725

Apr-09

£25,000

26ZS447424

Berkshire

£1,350

Jan-90

£25,000

149WM961955

Overseas

£22,925

Jan-09

£25,000

206PL789618

West Scotland

£27,350

May-13

£25,000

26XE985726

Buckinghamshire

£29,995

Jan-03

£25,000

204JH188335

Outer London

£2,130

Mar-13

£25,000

74DY663647

Kent

£30,000

Jul-03

March 2014's winners

And here's a reminder of March's big winners.

Prize Value

Winning Bond number

Area

Total value of holding

Date of purchase

£1,000,000

163EA927547

Avon

£26,662

Dec-09

£100,000

197RH801375

Barnet

£5,002

Oct-12

£100,000

89BR969901

Derbyshire

£30,000

May-03

£100,000

156PH953651

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

£23,000

May-09

£50,000

81TK770038

Buckinghamshire

£16,575

Oct-98

£50,000

213WX292785

Hertfordshire

£20,600

Nov-13

£50,000

189QX899834

Kent

£20,003

Feb-12

£50,000

191WC341928

South Scotland

£30,000

Apr-12

£50,000

215GL211979

Cardiff

£12,100

Dec-13

£50,000

45JN073375

Lancashire

£5,856

Sep-97

£50,000

211AH352321

Kent

£30,000

Sep-13

£25,000

154CG179597

Outer London

£24,000

Mar-09

£25,000

90PG818194

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

£12,150

Nov-01

£25,000

48JL992969

South Yorkshire

£11,900

Sep-97

£25,000

73NN160048

Dorset

£23,001

May-98

£25,000

9RQ570284

Inner London

£30,000

May-04

£25,000

157MD625021

West Scotland

£30,000

Jun-09

£25,000

144HZ344389

Northamptonshire

£4,775

Oct-08

£25,000

133LX631908

Hereford and Worcester

£9,000

Nov-07

£25,000

42TD105222

Surrey

£14,000

Mar-02

£25,000

54QW117192

Wales

£18,148

Apr-96

£25,000

211VZ977053

Northamptonshire

£25,002

Sep-13

£25,000

54AX337643

Lancashire

£30,000

Feb-03

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

From 1st June, you'll be able to hold up to £40,000 of Premium Bonds, instead of the current maximum of £30,000. And from 1st August, the number of £1 million prizes will double.

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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Comments (69)

  • Meanmachine2
    Love rating 39
    Meanmachine2 said

    Having had Premium Bonds since the 70s and only ever had one £50 win some years ago I too have noticed that all the decent wins these days seem to be the most recently purchased Bonds.

    I am thinking of cashing them in and buying a new lot.

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  • PoohBah
    Love rating 23
    PoohBah said

    Further to my previous post when I mentioned that I had won prizes (at different times) with consecutive numbers from the same £5 bond, in February I won a £25 prize with the same number that won £50 some years earlier. So lightning really does strike twice. (FWIW it's on a £400 bond bought in July 1995, which has now won 8 prizes over the years.)

    @meanmachine2 clearly does not understand that his/her new bonds will stand the same chance of winning as the old bonds - slightly less, in fact, as they will not qualify for the first draw after they are purchased. The only reason that old numbers appear less often is that fewer of them are in the draw.

    I am also amused by the contributors who still assert that they have held bonds since before they first existed.

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