NS&I is to extend charges throughout its Premium Bonds, Direct Saver, Revenue Bonds and Funding Account merchandise from the beginning of January.
The Authorities-backed financial savings supplier will improve its Premium Bonds prize fund fee from 2.2% to three% from the January prize draw.
It’s the third upwards change for the charges this yr, with the prize fund fee tripling from the 1% it was in Could.
The rise represents an additional £80m in prizes from the draw, with the prize fund anticipated to hit practically £300m in January.
The chances will stay at 24,000 to 1.
NS&I may also improve its Direct Saver and Revenue Bonds rates of interest, with each merchandise growing from 1.8% to 2.3% in January.
The Direct Saver fee can be at its highest stage since launch in March 2010.
The financial savings supplier may also improve the rate of interest it pays on its Funding Account from 0.4% to 0.6%.
NS&I stated the speed rises will guarantee its merchandise are value appropriately in comparison with the charges provided by the broader financial savings market.
Ian Ackerley, chief government at NS&I, stated: “The New 12 months improve to the Premium Bonds prize fund fee will imply that clients could have seen the prize fund fee triple in lower than a yr. This implies an even bigger prize pot and extra increased worth prizes for our clients – a good way to begin 2023.
“The change to the Premium Bonds prize funds fee, in addition to the adjustments to Direct Saver, Revenue Bonds and Funding Account, will imply that our merchandise are priced appropriately when in comparison with the remainder of the financial savings market. This may also make sure that we proceed to stability the pursuits of savers, taxpayers and the broader monetary providers sector.”