A Stoke-on-Trent man has become an overnight millionaire after scooping the Premium Bonds jackpot.
The lucky winner had only bought the bond – number 384CP325978 – in February as part of his £27,500 holding.
It has not been revealed where in the city he lives.
The win makes him the second Premium Bond millionaire from the Potteries.
In the June prize draw, a total of 3,641,580 prizes worth £104,088,425 will be paid out.
There were 89,218,660,280 eligible Premium Bonds.
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Since the first draw in June 1957, 484 million prizes with a total value of £20.7 billion have been drawn.
A woman, from Nottingham, also won £1 million in this month’s draw.
The latest prize draw comes as MoneySavingExpert has found that a record £1.5billion-worth of Premium Bonds were bought in April this year.
Savers have suffered falling rates recently due to coronavirus, with the Bank of England cutting the base interest rate twice in a couple of weeks.
If you haven’t already, it’s worth checking your National Savings and Investments account to see if you’ve won money that you don’t know about.
In August, there were more than 1.7 million prises worth £64 million still waiting to be claimed by Premium Bond holders.
To see if you’re a winner, use the prize checker on NS&I.com, the prize check app or Amazon’s Alexa.
There’s no time limit to claim, so you can go back to the first Bond you purchased.
Most prizes that have gone unclaimed is usually down to winners not keeping personal information, such as a change of address, up to date on the NS&I record.
To avoid missing out on winnings, you can choose to have any future prizes paid directly to your bank account.
In order to do this, register your Premium Bonds and NS&I accounts online.
Jill Waters, NS&I’s retail director, said: “We are currently asking new and existing customers to do everything they can with NS&I online.
“Customers who invest with NS&I online will be automatically registered so that they can manage their savings online or by phone.
“This will allow them to check their balances, pay money in or take it out, choose to have any Premium Bonds prizes paid directly into their bank account and also to transfer money between their NS&I accounts.
“For any customer wishing to invest into an existing NS&I account, the quickest way to do this is to make a transfer from their bank account or to set up a standing order. Customers can invest into all of our on sale products using this method.”