Prize Bond List 750, Oct 15th 2019 – Unlike other lottery investments, a prize bond does not come with an interest rate. A
Prize Bond List 750, Oct 15th 2019 – Unlike other lottery investments, a prize bond does not come with an interest rate. A prize bond was initially introduced by the collaborative efforts of Central Directorate of National Savings and the State Bank of Pakistan in 1960 and the bonds (tickets) are offered by the Ministry of Finance to the general public. Additionally, they are issued on behalf of the government of Pakistan.
Prize bonds are growing immensely popular across the country due to its increase in the prize amounts. A large amount of residents are now investing into the prize bond series to increase their chances of winning a lottery. Many have bought the bond tickets as a means of monetary security and investment. Moreover, now since the economy of the country is facing problems and the prices of daily necessaries are getting high, more people are buying prize bonds to try their luck. They are beneficial investments for individuals who want to make money through convenient means or those who strive as investors in the global market. Moreover, if these investors possess a national identity then they can apply for the bonds regardless of class, background, or sectors as the bonds are directly issued under the State Bank of Pakistan. Prize bonds are also an incredible way to earn big from investing less and if lucky, can fulfill your dream of riches. Apart from that, prize bonds are a type of monetary security as well because other than having no interest rate applied in each bond ticket, an individual who wishes to get a refund on their ticket(s) can get an immediate refund. The monetary security is available in denominations of 100 PKR, 200 PKR, 750 PKR, 1500 PKR, 7500 PKR, 15000 PKR, 25000 PKR, and 40000 PKR.
The denomination of the Prize Bond List 750 draw # 80 will be announced on Tuesday, Oct 15th 2019. According to the National Savings (Prize Bond) of Pakistan (CDNS), the 1st Prize of 750 is Rs. 1,500,000 awarded only one luckiest person, while the three prizes of Rs. 500,000 each has been reserved for 2nd position. Further, 3rd prize of Rs. 9,300 will be awarded to each of 1,696 winning numbers as well.
National savings & State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) declared the result in an online and printed paper for the public. Find your old or new prize bonds online with all denominations such as; 100 (Student Welfare), 200, 750, 1500, 7500, 15000, 25000 and 40,000 respectively. The government has launched premium prize bond worth Rs 40,000 with prize of Rs 80 million on draw and monthly profit.
The Prize Bond List page is entirely focused on the current Prize Bond List 750 which is exclusive for the prize bond winner/holder. The page updates with new information and list, enabling the visitors to access the information they require regarding the bonds easily and conveniently. Additionally, the whole bonds series are issues in a proper sequence and each series include one less than 1,000,000 bonds. It is to note that the prize bond results are updated on a quarter-monthly basis, under a certain draw method and with the same number of prizes for each series. You can view the prize bond list by searching up prize bond Pakistan online on this website.