In addition, the NS&I prize checker is also available through Amazon Alexa, and so those with this device should also check.
If a person finds out they have won a prize but have yet to receive it, then there are certain steps they can take.
For those who are already registered for the NS&I online and phone service, the process will be easy.
These individuals can call NS&I who will then provide assistance with the claiming of a prize.
However, if a person is not registered, then there are two courses of action they can take.
Someone may choose to register for the online or phone service to use in the future.
But otherwise, individuals can write to NS&I to tell them about an unclaimed prize.
One of the key advantages of registering for the online and phone service, NS&I states, is that future prizes can be paid straight into a person’s bank account.
This is part of the service NS&I is offering as it slowly phases out the Premium Bond prize warrant cheque that perhaps many people are used to.
The savings institution is to let NS&I savers know in due course when they will no longer be able to receive the warrant in the post.
NS&I has created many millionaires, as well as other high value winners through Premium Bonds.
Last month, NS&I shared the prize fund climbed to over £89million, creating over 3.1million winners.
But the most lucky people clinched the £1million jackpot, with two individuals waking up significantly richer.
The first millionaire was from Surrey, with a winning Bond number of 436VB112388.
This was purchased only months ago in February 2021, which is likely to delight the winner.
The second person to win the £1million prize came from Wiltshire, with a winning number of 340LX170519.
This person had a total holding of £34,000, and they purchased this in September 2018.