MORE than 1.5million Premium Bonds prizes are still unclaimed - and five are worth more than £100,000. There's no time limit for claims and there's an easy way to check to see if you're due for a windfall. The unclaimed Premium Bonds prizes are worth more than £60 million, and range from £25 handouts to £100,000. Some prizes have been unclaimed since the sixth ever Premium Bonds draw in November 1957 - and the money is still up for grabs 61 years later. Latest figures from National Savings and Investments (NS&I) - which runs Premium Bonds - show that there are 1,527,932 unclaimed Premium Bonds prizes as of September 2018. It has also revealed how many prizes are yet to be claimed by region, and by the value of each prize. How do I check if I have an unclaimed Premium Bond prize?IT depends on how much information you have about your Premium Bonds or NS&I account - but you can claim even if you've forgotten all details. Here's how: If you have your Premium … [Read more...] about More than 1.5million Premium Bond prizes are unclaimed – have you won?
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GRAB a martini and brace yourself for more scintillating spy thrills. Here's everything we know so far about the 25th James Bond film... When is the new James Bond film out in the UK? James Bond will return to cinemas for the 25th time with Daniel Craig reprising his role as 007. The official US release date was revealed to be November 8, 2019. There is no UK date set in stone - but we know it will be EARLIER than in the US. These dates could be subject to change, as The Sun exclusively revealed on April 26, 2018 that the new film's release has been delayed so Daniel Craig can help his pregnant wife Rachel Weisz. Who will direct the new James Bond film? Danny Boyle has revealed that he is working on the latest Bond script which means he's tipped to be the director. Speaking to Metro US at a screening of his new TV show Trust, Danny Boyle confirmed his involvement in Bond 25, explaining: "We are working on a script right now and it all depends on that really." He added: "I am … [Read more...] about What is the next James Bond film called and when is it released in the UK? date, cast rumours, plot and director
PREMIUM BONDS are the nation's favourite way to save with a staggering £72billion being held in these luck of the draw accounts. But is it worth you keeping your bonds and hoping for a payout or should you think about moving your cash elsewhere? Here we explain what premium bonds are and what alternatives are out there:What are premium bonds? Premium bonds are just like normal savings accounts that let you take money in and out whenever you want - with one key difference. Instead of interest being paid every month, the money you put into the account works as tickets for a monthly prize draw that could earn you anywhere between £25 and £1million. You get a ticket (bond) for every £1 in the account and each bond you have increases your chances of winning. You have to be over 16 to buy premium bonds and you have to have a minimum of £100 in your account to be entered for the draw. The scheme is run by the Treasury-backed NS&I, which lends your money to the … [Read more...] about Five alternatives to premium bonds – we reveal how to win big on your savings
MILK? Bread? Veggies? GUITAR!? Yes, you'll be able to rock out next time you pop into Lidl to do your weekly shop, with its range of musical instruments. The budget supermarket has announced it will be selling a guitar, electric drum set and keyboard from this Thursday. The limewood classical guitar, which is described as being "great for beginners" will be on sale for just £39.99 and for that you'll get an electronic tuner, a practice book with a "play-along" CD, two plectrums and an online tutorial lesson. You'll also get a padded storage bag, so you can keep it safe when you're out busking or gigging too. Also in the sale is a Yamaha keyboard for £79.99. It comes with 61 standard size keys, more than than 350 sound affects including pianos, guitars and drums and 100 pre-installed songs which can be used with the Yamaha Education software which is included in the deal too. And if you're feeling particularly generous - and don't mind the kids making a racket - you can also … [Read more...] about Lidl is selling musical instruments including a guitar for £40 from Thursday