6D Lotto Result

6D Result Today

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office conducts the PCSO 6D lottery every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 p.m. 

The most recent results from the 9 p.m. draws that were held yesterday or today can be seen here.

6D Result Today

6D RESULT  – The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) releases the 6D Lotto Results together with other important reminders.

LOTTO GAMECOMBINATIONSDRAW DATEJACKPOT(PHP)WINNERS
6D Lotto6-4-2-6-6-3 6/22/2024866,305.480
6D Lotto4-0-0-7-8-4 6/20/2024482,773.760

Source: Official PCSO

The results of the 6/58, 6/55, 6/49, 6/45, and 6/42 lotteries may be found here. The results of the 6D and 4D lotteries, the Wertres (3D) Lotto, the EZ2 (2D) Lotto, and the STL games are also accessible.

In the Philippines, PCSO also operates the five major jackpot-bearing games, the four major digit games, and the STL games.

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PCSO Lotto Result Summary and History

Additionally, a history summary of every draw for 2023 will be available to lottery players.

How much is the 6D Lotto ticket?

The 6D Lotto is run by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO), which ensures an honest and transparent gaming experience. 

Players select six numbers from a pool of 49; you can play multiple sets of numbers on a single ticket, and each ticket costs 20 pesos.

The results are drawn at random, adding a sense of suspense to the proceedings.

How to play and win the 6D Lotto?

With a Minimum Guaranteed Amount (MGA) of 150,000 pesos, PCSO offers the 6D Lotto, a basic lottery game.

To play, players mark their chosen numbers on a six-column play slip. If they would prefer that the machine select the numbers, they can also indicate their Lucky Pick (LP).

Depending on the play amount marked, the cost of the ticket may vary. Enter the desired play amount in the AMT column. The minimum play amount is PHP 12.00 for each 6-number combination, but players are allowed to play more than P12.00 for a combination.

The same numbers can be played at two (2) to six (6) consecutive draws. To do this, players must indicate their preferred number of draws in the AMT column.

Where to check the 6D Results?

If you’re a fan of the 6D lotto game, you’ll be pleased to know that you can view the results in real-time on a variety of platforms. 

In addition to the PCSOLotto website, you can also watch the draws on PTV and follow the official PCSO accounts on Facebook and Twitter. These accounts also air the lotto draws, so you can stay up-to-date on the latest results even if you’re not able to watch the draws live. 

However, it’s worth noting that on special occasions, such as significant national holidays, PCSO may suspend draws a few days in advance of the scheduled draw date.

Players can view the 6D lotto results in real-time not only on PCSOLotto but also on PTV and through their official PCSO accounts on Facebook and Twitter

Official PCSO accounts air the lotto draws. On special occasions, like significant national holidays, PCSO suspends draws a few days in advance of the scheduled draw date.

How to claim the 6D Lotto Prizes?

To claim your winnings in the 6D Lotto, you need to visit the designated locations by the lottery authority.

Don’t forget to write your name and sign the back of the winning ticket. This will simplify the process of claiming your prize. 

Additionally, make sure to bring and present two (2) valid IDs for verification purposes.

Amount Where To Claim
Php 20.00 up to Php 10,000.00
Authorized PCSO outlet near you
Php 10,000.00 up to Php 300,000.00
PCSO Branch near you
Jackpot Prize
PCSO Main Office located at Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City

When you win a lottery prize in the Philippines, a 1% commission will be paid to the PCSO agent who sold you the winning ticket. If you don’t claim your prize within a year, it will be forfeited.

To ensure that all winning tickets are legitimate, PCSO carefully verifies them. If you try to claim a prize using a counterfeit or tampered ticket, PCSO will not honor it.

If you win a jackpot prize that exceeds PHP 10,000, you will need to pay a 20% tax on it according to the TRAIN Law.

Jackpot Prizes for Major Games

Major Lotto Draw Mega Jackpot Prize
Ultra Lotto 6/58
Php 500 Million+
Grand Lotto 6/55
Php 500 Million+
Super Lotto 6/49
Php 295 Million+
Mega Lotto 6/45
Php 36.5 Million+
Lotto 6/42
Php 9.5 Million+

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Quick Reminders for Lotto Games

When you win a lottery prize in the Philippines, a 1% commission will be paid to the PCSO agent who sold you the winning ticket. It will be forfeited if you don’t claim your prize within a year.

To ensure that all winning tickets are legitimate, PCSO carefully verifies them. PCSO will not honor it if you try to claim a prize using a counterfeit or tampered ticket.

If you win a jackpot prize exceeding PHP 10,000, you must pay a 20% tax on it according to the TRAIN Law.

Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) Lotto New Game Schedule

This is a schedule of the lottery games held by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) from Monday to Sunday.

Lotto Draw New Schedule
Ultra Lotto 6/58
Every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 9 PM
Grand Lotto 6/55
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 9 PM
Super Lotto 6/49
Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday at 9 PM
Mega Lotto 6/45
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 9 PM
Lotto 6/42
Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 PM
6D Lotto
Every Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 9 PM
4D Lotto
Every Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9 PM
Swertres 3D Lotto
Every Tuesday through Sunday at 2:00, 5:00, and 9:00 PM
E2 (2D) Lotto
Every Tuesday through Sunday at 2:00, 5:00, and 9:00 PM
STL Pares, Swer3 & Swer2 Visayas
Every Monday through Sunday at 10:30 AM, 3 PM, and 7 PM
STL Pares, Swer3 & Swer2, Swer4 Mindanao
Every Monday through Sunday at 10:30 AM, 3 PM, and 8 PM

The Impact of Online Lotto on PCSO's Assistance Programs

Playing PCSO’s online lotto games not only provides Filipinos with the excitement of the game, but also contributes to a noble cause of supporting the organization’s efforts to provide medical and financial assistance to the needy.

Together, we can make a difference in the lives of countless Filipinos and ensure that no one is left behind in the pursuit of health and well-being.

The growth of online lotto has significantly enhanced PCSO’s ability to support its medical and financial assistance programs.

The increased revenue generated from online lotto has allowed PCSO to expand the scope of its programs, reaching more Filipinos in need and providing them with the critical support they require.

PCSO Announcement(s) and Notice(s)

Update: December 15, 2023

PCSO E-Lotto: Revolutionizing Lottery Gaming First off, whether you prefer Lotto 6/42, Mega Lotto 6/45, Super Lotto 6/49, Grand Lotto 6/55, or Ultra Lotto 6/58, PCSO E-Lotto offers a simple, safe, and enjoyable way to play your favorite lottery games online!

You can now participate from the comfort of your home or on the go! It is a digital revolution that guarantees fair play and transparency while supporting the PCSO’s charitable causes.

We invite you to check it out! We are excited to announce the launch of PCSO E-Lotto, a ground-breaking initiative that puts the excitement of lottery gaming at your fingertips!

Thanks to technology, we are taking lottery gaming to a whole new level and making it more accessible and convenient for everyone!

PCSO Paskong Handog Pakabog

Our lottery games have always been a source of inspiration and hope, and this holiday season, we are stepping it up a notch. 

Starting today, you have the opportunity to participate in PCSO Paskong Handog Pakabog and win amazing prizes, whether it is Lotto, Grand Lotto, or Ultra Lotto. 

Second, we are excited to present PCSO Paskong Handog Pakabog, our grand holiday celebration that is sure to make this season unforgettable. 

This year, PCSO is massively giving back to the Filipino people with ₱1 Billion in jackpot prizes! That is right, ₱1 Billion in jackpot prizes that can change lives, fulfill dreams, and bring joy to countless families across the Philippines.

Disclaimer

We guarantee the accuracy of all written articles on this website, but we do not claim ownership of any information posted. 

Readers are advised to visit the official PCSO website at http://www.pcso.gov.ph/ for verification and other questions. This website is not affiliated with, directly connected to, or representing the PCSO or any of its officials.

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