Prize Bond List 2021 - Prize Bonds Draw Schedule Dates and Results

Prize Bond is Pakistan's best investment, is considered a Gold investment, and a bearer that offers no premium or profit. Prize bond is offered for Rs. 100, Rs. 200, Rs. 7500, Rs. 1500, Rs. 7500, Rs. 15000, Rs. 25000 and Rs. 40000 Premium Bonds.

Prize Bond is a lottery bond provided to and issued on behalf of the Government of Pakistan by National Savings Pakistan (Ministry of Finance).

Prize Bonds are issued in the right number, and each series is limited to 1,000,000 bonds (one million numbers). All bonds are held quarterly; these bonds have no interest or profit. The lucky winners are revealed every quarter through lucky draws. These lucky draws take place 36 times a year in major cities in Pakistan. According to numbers, Rs. 1,6 billion in prize money is awarded every year to 70.600 Pakistanis.

Prize Bond is available in the following denominations in Pakistan.

Prize Bonds Denomination List


Schedule of Draws

The Prize Bond Schedule 2021 has been announced in Pakistan. Every quarter, Prize Bond draws take place. The Prize Bond Draw is distributed in different cities of Pakistan, according to the Prize Bond Schedule. Prize for Rs. 100, 200, 750, 1500, 7500, 15000, 25000, 40000, and Premium Bond, all prizes are demonstrated in each Prize Bond. From January 2021 to December 2021, the complete prize bond schedule is shown below.

Bond Price Draw # Draw Date Draw City
15000 Rs. 86 04 January 2021 Muzaffarabad
750 Rs. 87 15 January 2021 Hyderabad
7500 Rs. 85 01 February 2021 Lahore
1500 Rs. 86 15 February 2021 Quetta
100 Rs. 34 15 February 2021 Karachi
40000 Rs.
Premium
17 10 March 2021 Rawalpindi
200 Rs. 86 15 March 2021 Faisalabad
15000 Rs. 86 01 April 2021 Hyderabad
750 Rs. 87 15 April 2021 Quetta
>7500 Rs. 85 >03 May 2021 >Rawalpindi
1500 Rs. 86 17 May 2021 Karachi
100 Rs. 34 17 May 2021 Multan
40000 Rs.
Premium
17 10 June 2021 Muzaffarabad
200 Rs. 86 15 June 2021 Peshawar
15000 Rs. 86 02 July 2021 Quetta
750 Rs. 87 15 July 2021 Lahore
>7500 Rs. 86 >02 August 2021 >Karachi
1500 Rs. 87 16 August 2021 Multan
100 Rs. 35 16 August 2021 Faisalabad
40000 Rs.
Premium
18 10 September 2021 Peshawar
200 Rs. 87 15 September 2021 Muzaffarabad
15000 Rs. 87 01 October 2021 Karachi
750 Rs. 88 15 October 2021 Rawalpindi
7500 Rs. 86 01 November 2021 Multan
100 Rs. 35 15 November 2021 Faisalabad
1500 Rs. 87 16 November 2021 Quetta
40000 Rs.
Premium
18 10 December 2021 Lahore
200 Rs. 87 15 December 2021 Hyderabad

History of Prize Bond

From the point of view of the Pakistan Government, the national bond scheme was launched in 1960 to buy money at lower prices from the people and give prizes cash through lucky draws. As a result, the Pakistani government borrows and earns billions of rupees, earning very little prize money from investors.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is a Prize Bond?

Prize Bond is an investment security bond offered by the National Savings Pakistan; it has no premium or profit. Available in many denominations.

What are the denominations of Prize Bond available?

The Pakistani Prize Bonds are available in different denominations: Rs. 100, 200, 750, 1500, 7500, 15000, 25000, 40000 and 40.000.

Who issues Prize Bonds?

National Savings, Ministry of Finance, issued prize bonds in Pakistan under instructions from the Pakistan Government.

What is the Prize Bond Schedule of 2021?

The Prize Bond Draws are conducted on the first working day and the mid of each month every second week. In addition, every draw is held quarterly.

How Can I Claim Prize Bond Prize?

The owner must fill the form and present the following, with a photocopy of the valid CNIC, the original prize bond, duly signed by the applicant, to receive the prize money in the winning prize bond list.
A copy duly signed by the applicant of the prize-winning bond.

What is the Maximum Prize on Prize Bond?

Premium 40,000 Prize Bond provides a maximum prize of 80,000,000. The second-largest amount is 75,000,000 offered at the normal 40,000 prize bond. The draws take place every quarterly.

Who Can Buy Prize Bonds?

No, Prize bonds are not available online. To purchase the bonds, you have to visit any local bank, national savings, or state bank branch. Therefore, no website or online dealer should be trusted.

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