Premium Bond 237th millionaire lives in Inner London
THIS month’s national Premium Bond millionaire is a man living in Inner London. He has scooped the top prize for October with a Premium Bond he bought in 2002 and becomes the 237th millionaire
THIS month's national Premium Bond millionaire selected today is a man living in Inner London.
He has scooped the top prize for October with Bond number 64WG747620, which he bought in September, 2002.
The man, who has asked to remain anonymous, is the 237th Premium Bond millionaire.
"I bought Premium Bonds for the chance I might win some prizes," he said.
"But I never thought I would actually come away with �1 million!
"It's great to know I can help out and treat my family."
This month's draw is paying out 1.6 million prizes, totaling �50m. There were almost four-and-a-half billion eligible Bond numbers in the draw.
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- 2 Coroner concerned with Barts NHS trust after woman 'unlawfully killed'
- 3 Man arrested over two separate rape allegations - one previously unknown to police
- 4 Lib Dem candidate for Tower Hamlets mayor announced
- 5 One per cent council tax rise planned with borough set for balanced budget
- 6 Come Dine With Me calls on east London restaurants for new show
- 7 Olympian burglary: Men with links to Plaistow and Isle of Dogs wanted
- 8 ‘It is not tolerated’: CCTV images released after West Ham game disorder
- 9 Wanted: Man known to commit offences on train and tube network
- 10 Ex football boss sets up fans club to increase diversity at England games
Premium Bonds, with their chance to win tax-free prizes instead of interest payments, were introduced by Chancellor Harold Macmillan in his 1956 budget.