MANILA, Philippines – A solo bettor wins the January 11, 2020 6/42 lotto draw with a jackpot prize of P28,481,693.80. The winning numbers are 16,17,05,30,29 and 21.
The jackpot prize is inclusive of 20% tax and 1% agent’s commission.
The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) said that the winning ticket was bought from the agent location located in Mandaluyong City.
This is the fourth (4th) time that the lotto draw was won for the year 2020. See also the numbers, jackpot prizes and lotto outlet locations of the previous major games winning draws for the year 2020.
- 6/55 Lotto, January 8 2020 – P80,721,908.00 (One winner)
- 6/45 Lotto, January 10 2020 – P68,523,435.40 (Two winners)
Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office conducts the 6/42 Lotto draw at 9PM every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
How to Claim the 6/42 Lotto Prize?
The lotto jackpot prizes can be claimed at the PCSO main office located at the PCSO head office located at 605 Conservatory Bldg., Shaw Blvrd. Corner Priceton St., Mandaluyong City.
The jackpot prize is taxable pursuant to TRAIN Law.
PCSO thoroughly validates all tickets to be claimed. The public is reminded that they are serious in dealing with counterfeited/tampered tickets. They will not honor any, should anyone try to claim their prizes using such.
Likewise, for claiming the prizes below P10,000, it can be processed at the nearest PCSO Branch.
How to win 6/42 Lotto?
The player can also mark down the Lucky Pick or LP shall he preferred the machine to choose the numbers for him/her. Moreover, a systematic play is also available for 6/42 Lotto draws for more chances of winning.
A player can also win if he/she got 3, 4 or 5 numbers from the winning combinations. 20 pesos prize for three (3) correct combinations, up to 1,000 pesos for four (4) and 25,000 for five (5) winning numbers. This is referred as the pari-mutuel system where the prizes vary depending on the ticket sales.
How much is the Lotto 6/42 Lotto ticket?
You can buy the ticket at 24 Pesos, inclusive of 20% Documentary Stamp Tax. Should someone wins the jackpot prize, the base prize will be back to P6,000,000 .
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