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NS&I begins in-store pilot with Tesco

National Savings & Investments’ brochures for premium bonds and savings products will be available in 50 Tesco stores from today.
The pilot stores cover England, Scotland and Wales and will be rolled out across the retail giant’s 450 nationwide stores if the scheme takes off.
Brochures available include premium bonds information and information on NS&I capital protected investments and inflation-linked bonds. Consumers can invest through phone, web or postal means detailed in the brochures.

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