How far back can you check Premium Bonds?

How far back can you check Premium Bonds?

And there’s no time limit to make your claim. Just log in to view your prize history, or use our prize checker to see if you have any prizes you don’t know about yet. Or you can write to us asking for your prize history. Remember to include your name, address and NS&I number (or Premium Bonds holder’s number).

How do I trace an old Premium Bond?

Tracing your bonds You can download a tracing form from NS&I’s website. It will ask you to provide your name and address, as well as any names you have previously used and any old addresses. You will also need to provide some idea of when the bonds were issued and how much they may have been worth.

How to check if a Premium bond has ever won?

Check prizes online The easiest way to check is online. You can check the latest results, bond numbers from the past six months of unclaimed prizes, as well as discover any older prizes you haven’t claimed yet (if you won anything). If you have an Amazon Alexa, you can use this to check for any unclaimed prizes.

How do I check if I have unclaimed Premium Bonds?

If you can’t find any notification but want to triple-check if you have an unclaimed prize, you can:

  1. Log in (or register) for NS&I’s website. You’ll need your NS&I number, surname and account password.
  2. Use NS&I’s Premium Bonds prize checker tool on desktop.
  3. Use NS&I’s prize checker app.
  4. Write to NS&I.

How do I check if my Premium Bonds have won?

The quickest way to find out if you’ve won a prize is to use our prize checker. It’ll show you this month’s prizes, anything you’ve won in the previous six draws, as well as any older prizes that you haven’t claimed yet.

How do I check my 1970 Premium Bonds?

You can go to the NS&I website or download its prize checker app. Enter your holder’s number and it’ll tell you if you’ve any unclaimed prizes. If you don’t know your holder’s number, but have your NS&I number.

How do I find old savings bonds?

Use the Treasury Hunt tool An online tool from the Treasury can help you determine if you have any lost bonds, before submitting a recovery claim. “A shortcut you can take to find missing savings bonds is to head to, which shows matured, uncashed savings bonds,” says Leslie H.

How do I find out what Bonds are in my name?

Contact Your Family Members. The easiest way to find out if there are any outstanding bonds in your name is to ask your family members if they ever opened a bond for you. Call your parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles and anyone else you believe may have purchased a bond in your name at any time in the past.

Are old Premium Bonds still valid?

Yes. As long as you haven’t cashed your Bonds in, they’re still valid and they’re still being entered into our monthly prize draws. What to do when you find old Bonds If you’ve come across some old Premium Bonds, you can write to us to get them added to your online account.

What are Premium Bonds and how do they work?

Every month, the Premium Bonds are put into a monthly drawing to win tax-free prize money from £25 to £1 million. Since they do not expire, you can still cash in old paper Premium Bonds if they’ve been selected.

What if my Premium Bonds haven’t been selected?

If you still have Premium Bonds that haven’t been selected, you can choose to have the prize deposit into your account if you win. Log in to your NS&I account and select the “Your Profile” tab. Click the “Paperless Options” button and change the setting for your Premium Bonds. Click the “Save” button to make your changes.

Can I buy NS&I Premium Bonds from the post office?

From 1 August 2015, NS&I Premium Bonds are no longer available from Post Office branches or our website. This decision has been made by NS&I as part of its long term strategy to encourage customers to use their direct channels.