6/58 LOTTO RESULT Today, Tuesday, September 26, 2023

The results below are the official winning numbers for the PCSO, September 26, 2023, 6/58 Lotto Result for the 9:00 pm draw.

6/58 Lotto Result September 26, 2023
Winning Numbers 56-14-25-23-22-40
Jackpot Prize ₱49,500,000.00
Jackpot Winner(s) 0

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) oversees a variety of lottery games in the Philippines, including five (5) major jackpot-bearing games, four (4) major digit games, and an assortment of STL (Small Town Lottery) games. To find out if fortune favors you, check the results for 6/58 Lotto Result, 6/55 Lotto Result, 6/49 Lotto Result, 6/45 Lotto Result, 6/42 Lotto Result, 6D Lotto Result, and 4D Lotto Result, along with Swertres Result, EZ2 Lotto Result, and STL Lotto Result.

Aspiring millionaires are reminded to purchase their tickets by 8:00 PM, as PCSO will not entertain bets past this cut-off time. Ticket sales commence each day at 7:00 AM and conclude at 8:00 PM. The much-anticipated official lotto draws take place at 9:00 PM.

6/58 Lotto Reminders

In alignment with the guidelines set forth by the PCSO, we offer the following important points to keep in mind when participating in the 6/58 Lotto draw:

  1. Participation in the lotto games is exclusive to individuals who are at least 18 years of age. Please ensure you meet the age requirement before engaging in lottery play.
  2. The 6/58 Lotto stages its draws every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 9:00 pm along with other jackpot-bearing and digit games.
  3. Enthusiasts and hopefuls can tune in to live broadcasts of the draw via PCSO’s official YouTube channel and across their various social media platforms.
  4. Each 6/58 Lotto ticket is priced at a modest Php 20.00, which already includes the 20% Documentary Stamp Tax (DST) for your convenience.
  5. Players bear the responsibility of verifying all ticket details post-purchase. This includes ensuring the accuracy of the bet type, wagered amount, draw date, and selected numbers to avoid any discrepancies.

Please note that PCSO will issue announcements ahead of time in the event of draw suspensions due to holidays or special occasions, along with information regarding.

6/58 Lotto Game Guidelines

  1. Select your winning numbers by choosing six (6) digits. Each digit is selected from numbers 1 through 58, filling one column at a time with your chosen numbers.
  2. If you’re feeling the thrill of chance, you can opt for the Lucky Pick. This option provides you with a randomly generated combination of digits, perfect for those who prefer to let fate decide.
  3. Engage in the System Play by picking your winning numbers. The system will then automatically compute all the potential combinations based on the numbers you’ve picked, increasing your chances of winning.

6/58 Lotto Prizes and Claming Process

The jackpot prize for the 6/58 Ultra Lotto awaits if you correctly guess the six-digit winning combination. The starting point for this grand prize is a hefty Php 30,000,000.00.

Matching five (5) numbers of the winning combination can earn you a substantial reward, with winnings reaching up to Php 200,000.00.

If you manage to match four (4) numbers of the winning combination, potential winnings could rise to Php 3,000.00.

Even matching just three (3) numbers of the winning combination can bring a small joy, with a prize of Php 20.00.

For prizes ranging from Php 20.00 to Php 10,000.00, winners have the convenience of collecting their earnings from any accredited lotto outlet. Alternatively, you can visit the nearest PCSO branch office to claim your prize.

Should your winnings exceed Php 10,00.00 up to Php 300,000.00, you are invited to claim your prize exclusively at any PCSO branch office. Be aware that prizes over Php 10,000.00 are subjected to a 20% tax deduction as mandated by the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act.

PCSO Lotto Schedule of Games

Discover the PCSO’s daily lotto game lineup, running from Monday through Sunday, at specified times.

PCSO Lotto GameDraw ScheduleDraw Time
6/58 Ultra LottoTuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays9:00 pm
6/55 Grand LottoMondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays9:00 pm
6/49 Super LottoTuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays9:00 pm
6/45 Mega LottoMondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays9:00 pm
6/42 National LottoTuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays9:00 pm
6D LottoTuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays9:00 pm
4D LottoMondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays9:00 pm
EZ2 Lotto (2D)Daily2:00 pm / 5:00 pm / 9:00 pm
Swertres Lotto (3D)Daily2:00 pm / 5:00 pm / 9:00 pm

How to play each PCSO Lotto Game

Engaging with PCSO Lotto games requires familiarity with each game’s unique rules. Here’s a concise guide on how to play and win each PCSO lottery game.

6/58 Ultra Lotto: Match all six (6) chosen numbers from a selection pool of 1-58 to win. As one of the most lucrative PCSO games, the jackpot can surge to a billion pesos. For expanded winning opportunities, players may utilize the System Play option.

6/55 Grand Lotto: Choose your six (6) lucky numbers from a range of 1-55 and indicate them on your betting card. Jackpot prizes vary with ticket sales, with an impressive thirty (30) million pesos as the starting jackpot. This is PCSO’s second grandest game in terms of initial jackpot offerings.

6/49 Super Lotto: Favored by many, to win, simply select six (6) numbers from 1-49. The jackpot for this game commences at P16,000,000. Players can also resort to System Play for a greater likelihood of winning.

6/45 Mega Lotto: Players pick their numbers between 1-45, with the jackpot starting at a generous nine (9) million pesos. The 6/45 Lotto game also offers fixed consolation prizes, providing more opportunities to win.

6/42 National Lotto: Select from numbers 1-42 for a chance to win a minimum jackpot of six (6) million pesos. If you prefer a quick play, opt for the Lucky Pick and let the machine select the numbers for you.

6D Lotto: To participate, a player must choose numbers from 0-9 and mark them on the six-column playing card. Alternatively, if the player wishes for the system to randomly select their numbers, they can opt for the Lucky Pick.

4D Lotto: To engage in the 4D Lotto, players are required to select four (4) digits ranging from 0000 to 9999 and record them on the play slip’s four-column section. For those who favor a random selection, the option to mark the Lucky Pick, allowing the lottery machine to generate numbers on the player’s behalf.

Swertres Lotto (3D): One of PCSO’s most popular digit games, where a player can win Php 4,500 with an exact match of the three (3) numbers from 0-9. Rambolito System Play is also available for this game.

EZ2 Lotto (2D): Select your combination from numbers 1-31. Exact matches result in a win, with the option for random pick or Rambolito System Play.

STL Pares, Swer3, Swer2: Exclusive to selected areas, the Small Town Lottery (STL) offers the Pares, Swer3, and Swer2 games. You can win STL Pares by matching two (2) numbers from 1-40 in exact order. For STL Swer3, match three (3) numbers from 0-9, and for Swer2, match two (2) numbers from 0-9, both in precise order.

About PCSO Lotto

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) stands as the authoritative body in the Philippines tasked with organizing and administering nationwide lottery games. The revenues collected from lottery entries are channeled into vital community services. These funds support a broad range of causes, including healthcare programs, medical assistance and services, as well as national charitable initiatives. For all major PCSO lotto games, winning results can be drawn in any sequence, whereas digit games require winning numbers to match the exact order.


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