6D RESULT January 27, 2024

6D RESULT JANUARY 27, 2024 – The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) announces the 6D Lotto result today, January 27, 2024, at 9 PM.

6D LottoJanuary 27, 2024
9:00 PM1-0-3-3-7-0
First Prize5,232,162.24
Number of Winner(s)0

See Also: 6D Lotto results history and summary for the year 2024. (Refresh the page for updated lotto results today)

PCSO is also conducting five (5) major jackpot-bearing games, four (4) major digit games, and STL games in the Philippines. View here the 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 results, Swertres (3D) Lotto results, EZ2 (2D) Lotto results and STL results.

How much is the 6D Lotto ticket?

For 6D Lotto fanatics, a player can buy the ticket for 12 Pesos at the nearest authorized PCSO lotto outlet, including the Documentary Stamp Tax (DST).

How to play and win the 6D Lotto?

6D Lotto is one of the simplest lottery games of PCSO, having a Minimum Guaranteed Amount (MGA) of 150,000 pesos.

To play, a player must select numbers from 0-9 and mark them in the six-column play slip. The player can also mark down the Lucky Pick or LP, should he or she prefer the machine to choose the numbers for him/her.

The ticket cost may vary based on the play amount marked. Mark the desired play amount on the AMT column. The minimum play amount is PHP 12.00 per 6-number combination, but the player may play more than P12.00 per combination.

The same numbers can also be played at two (2) up to six (6) consecutive draws. To do this, mark the preferred number of draws in the draw panel.

Shall there be more than one (1) first prize winner, the pool amount shall be divided among such winners in proportion to their bets.

Where to check the 6D Results?

Aside from lottopcso.com, players can watch the 6D lotto results in real-time via PTV and their online accounts via Facebook and Twitter. Official PCSO accounts are airing the lotto draws as well. On special occasions, such as important national holidays, PCSO announces suspending draws days before the scheduled draw date.

How to claim the 6D Lotto Prize?

If you win in the 6D Lotto, write your name and affix the signature behind the winning ticket. Bring and present two (2) valid IDs for verification.

You may claim the prize at the following locations:

AmountWhere to claim?
Php 20.00 up to Php 10,000.00Authorized PCSO outlet near you
Php 10,000.00 up to Php 300,000.00PCSO Branch near you
Jackpot PrizePCSO Main Office located at Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City

For E-Lotto claiming of prizes:

  • Php 300,000 and below can be cashed out thru e-lotto application.Prizes of Php 300,000.01 and above can be claimed at the PCSO Main Office.

Present the QR Code of the winning ticket and two valid (2) valid IDs to claim the prize.

The jackpot prize above Php 10,000 is taxable by 20% pursuant to TRAIN Law. A 1% commission will also be given to the PCSO agent where the winning ticket was bought. Unclaimed prizes within one (1) year will be forfeited.

PCSO thoroughly validates all winning tickets. Moreover, PCSO is serious about dealing with counterfeit/tampered tickets as they will not honor any, should anyone try to claim their prizes using such.

Lotto New Schedule of Games

Here is the detailed schedule of lotto games held by PCSO from Monday to Sunday.

Major Games Jackpot Prize

Below is an overview of the latest jackpot prizes of the following major lottery games of PCSO.

Major Lotto DrawJackpot Prize
6/58 Ultra LottoPhp 49.5 Million+
6/55 Grand LottoPhp 114.5 Million+
6/49 Super LottoPhp 15.8 Million+
6/45 Mega LottoPhp 10 Million+
6/42 LottoPhp 12.5 Million+

PCSO announcement(s) and notice(s)

Update July 7, 2024: The current PCSO e-lotto app will be unavailable starting July 13, 2024. In an official announcement, PCSO stated that this is due to a transition to new and improved e-lotto solutions. In the meantime, lotto enthusiasts can still purchase their tickets at the nearest lotto outlets.

Disclaimer

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For verification and other concerns, we advise our readers to visit the PCSO official website at http://www.pcso.gov.ph/.