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I have inherited 3 premium bonds from my late Father. I have put the numbers in to check them and they are comin gup as invalid numbers?

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It is worth the value printed on it! Premium bonds do not lose it purchase price.

You can cash it in for the purchase price at anytime.

To check if it has won any prizes go to the NS & I website and input the serial number.

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