NS&I Premium Bonds April 2024 draw: Winning bond numbers in Leeds

National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has announced the winning numbers for its Premium Bonds April draw.
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There are 179 high value winners in Leeds this month, with two lucky people taking home £50,000.

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Premium Bonds is a lottery conducted by National Savings & Investments, where the bonds you have invested in gives you a unique number which gets entered into a monthly draw for a chance of winning cash prizes. The bonds do not give you interest, nor do you actually gamble.

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The money sits dormant, potentially for years, with a chance of winning sums of money between £25 and £1,000,000 every month.

To enter into the Premium Bonds prize draw, you’ll first need to buy Premium Bonds. You can invest a minimum amount of £25 and a maximum amount of £50,000 in an account.

You can purchase a Premium Bond online on NS&I’s website. Alternatively, you can buy bonds by post by sending a completed application form with a valid cheque.

Premium Bonds uses a system called ERNIE and has been going since 1957. Your money is always safe in a bond, as it is backed by the UK Government’s treasury.

NS&I Premium Bonds April draw: Winning numbers in Leeds

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Here are all the numbers who won £10,000 or more in the April draw:

  • 542SB289569 - £50,000
  • 558KR656149 - £50,000
  • 495RV627268 - £25,000
  • 377QH912351 - £25,000
  • 131TJ235103 - £25,000
  • 482KR002572 - £10,000
  • 442FR273396 - £10,000
  • 295ZP419306 - £10,000
  • 369YN344130 - £10,000
  • 507RQ742511 - £10,000
  • 243JA456412 - £10,000
  • 47QJ177484 - £10,000
  • 568GJ554224 - £10,000
  • 493FL814052 - £10,000
  • 352XM301309 - £10,000

Winning a Premium Bond prize won’t do you much good if you don’t know your number has been drawn. To check if you have won, visit the NS&I website.

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