List Updated: 15th June 2020
If you are looking for latest rs 200 prize bond list then you are at right website you can find all the latest rs 200 prize bond draw results on our website.
The bond of Rs 200 is the second cheapest bond to be purchased the ratio for this bond is also low as the customers tend toward the purchasing of this bond.
The first prize for this bond is Rs 75, 0000 which is given to a single winner.
The second prize for this bond is Rs 25, 0000 which is given to the five lucky winners.
The third and last prize for this bond is Rs 1250 is given to the next 2,349 participants.
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The lucky draw is held for four times for each denomination so that it will increase the winning chances of general public.
Prize Bond users are always happy because despite the currency devaluation prize bonds always hold their value. You should buy a prize bond if you want to move your currency into something which won't lose its value.
Our website is in direct sync with savings.gov.pk that's why we post the list of prize bond directly onto our website almost instantly as the prize bond draw results are announced before us only allprizebond website could do that but now only we could post the list of prize bonds.
Prize Bond 200 is one of the best prize bonds in Pakistan. you could buy a prize bond 200 easily in Pakistan. Summer and Summer prize bond dealer is one of the best prize bonds dealer in Pakistan.
The result of the Prize Bond is posted on our website. Result posted on our website content detail list of prize bond numbers along with winners of all prizes.
Apart from that, the entire Prize bond is printing by Pakistan Security Printing Corporation; they had printed all the bonds under the approval of Pakistani Government while any other center is not eligible for printing so it is necessary to check either your bond is original or not because scamming is very common in Pakistan, as every bond has specific security while some common features are; Rainbow color Printing, invisible denomination, government of Pakistan Reverse and so.
Previous Draw Results
Draw# 82 of Rs 200 Prize Bond Held at Quetta on 15th June 2020
Draw# 81 of Rs 200 Prize Bond Held at Muzaffarabad on 16th March 2020
Draw# 80 of Rs 200 Prize Bond Held at Peshawar on 16th December 2019
Draw# 79 of Rs 200 Prize Bond Held at Lahore on 16th September 2019
Draw# 78 of Rs 200 Prize Bond Held at Muzaffarabad on 17th June 2019
Rs 200 Prize Bond Denomination List
Rs 200 Prize Bond Draw Schdule
15th September 2020
15h December 2020
The latest draw for this bond was held early at Quetta on 15 June, 2020 and the 200 prize bond list was uploaded on our website. This was the last and final draw for this year that was supposed to be held and as always there are four draws held every year for the 200 Rs Prize Bond List to announce the lucky winners at a given venue.
The first draw for Rs 200 prize bond list for this year was held at 15 March, 2020 in Multan. Then after one month the second draw was held.
The draws were and are held in a sequence that the first draw in a year would be held in the month of March then after two month the second draw will be held in the month of June.
Exactly after two months the third draw is held in the month of September then after two month the fourth and last draw is held in the month of December.
The criteria for releasing the Bond list is in a two month span throughout the year. Hence this criterion is being followed from the start.
A Prize Bond is sort of a lottery ticket that is purchased by a person on the annually base and the return of the lottery is the sum amount of money.
The system of Prize Bond was first founded by the Irish Ministry in order to help the people in a different gesture by just giving away the money.
Annually there are lots of people purchasing the lottery bond these bonds are printed under the supervision of Pakistan Security Printing Press and the bonds are safely transported to the selling stands or branches for the purchasing of these bonds.The bonds are uniquely advertised and sold under the ministry of economy of Pakistan. The bond money is then given away to the winners.
There are fundamentally eight types of bonds that can be purchased in Pakistan.