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sonnyspal

49 months ago

Premium bonds draw day tomorrow. Do you have bonds? Do you think you should be able to buy in amounts less than £100?

Hubby and I have a few bonds. We save all our loose change in a big pig and when we get a £100 we buy bonds. hubby spends money on the lottery and at least with bonds you keep your money. We used to buy them as gifts but now they are too expensive. £10 as a minimum amount would be good as a birthday present for young relatives who live away but £100 is just too much. What do you think?
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Isii7

  46 months ago
Hello sonnyspal and I think that it is a brilliant idea; I save all my loose change in an electronic piggy bank which tells you exactly how much money is in there. But maybe I should put my money into Premium Bonds, I mean it just can not hurt and you have a chance to win. My partner has one Premium Bond that was given to him as a child, but he has never won anything yet. I tend to put all of my money into stock and shares. I do hope hat you have a lovely week, Ingrid.
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davidwatkin

  48 months ago
I don't have any bonds but have always thought they were a good idea.
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cute n cool

  48 months ago
i am not ready to buy any other financial product but if i had spare money i would spend them on shares as that would provide me with more profit than premium bonds but on the other hand premium bonds come from the government and can be seen as a saver option for people who are less risky. take care :) 50th topic :)
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Threez

  48 months ago
Yes it is quite expensive. Think my grandmother and my father used to do them but not anymore.
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donnalou82

  48 months ago
I dont have any bonds, my ex was bought some as a child but never won anything.I do think you should be able to buy smaller amounts.
Good luck in the draw
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Tizzy740

  48 months ago
Yes I think £100.00 is a lot, more people would buy them if they could get them in smaller amounts.
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cocoandghosty3haven

  48 months ago
no never had any premium bonds - 100 £ is a lot to pay for cheapest one and there should be less expensive option
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bead24

  48 months ago
Hi there, I think I have about 4 premium bonds that were bought for me when I was a kid by my grandparents as you could buy them for a pound back then. I've never checked them to see if I have ever won anything. But it would be nice if it were on a lower amount you could buy them.
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lizwarren

  49 months ago
I thinkg that a smaller amount would be good. My son was given some money when he was born for a bond (not £100), so we put into his trust fund account instead. I think 310 or even £20 as the miminum would be better and would encourage more people to use them. I too keep all my loose change but I use it towards Christmas and my son and husbands birthday's, whcih are in december too, so it is an expensive month. Last year I have saved enough to buy my son's birthday presents and pay fro his birthday party. this year I'm trying harder, so I can maybe get my husband's present with it oo. Fingers crossed.
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Laurantius

  49 months ago
I would like to be able to buy bonds at less than £100.
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