6D RESULT JANUARY 9, 2024 – The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) announces the 6D Lotto result today, January 9, 2024, at 9 PM.
|January 9, 2024
|Number of Winner(s)
See Also: 6D Lotto results history and summary for the year 2023. (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.
For 6D Lotto fanatics, a player can buy the ticket for 12 Pesos at the nearest authorized PCSO lotto outlet, inclusive of the Documentary Stamp Tax (DST).
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 from 0-9 numbers and mark them in the six-column play slip. The player can also mark down the Lucky Pick or LP, shall he 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.
Aside from lottopcso.com, players can also watch the 6D lotto results in real-time via PTV as well as their online accounts via Facebook and Twitter. Official PCSO accounts are airing the lotto draws as well. In special occasions, such as important national holidays, PCSO is announcing the suspension of draws days before the scheduled draw date.
If you win in 6D Lotto, be sure to 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:
|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
|PCSO Main Office located at Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City
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 in dealing with counterfeited/tampered tickets as they will not honor any, should anyone try to claim their prizes using such.
Here is the detailed schedule of lotto games held by PCSO from Monday to Sunday.
Below is an overview of the latest jackpot prizes of the following major lottery games of PCSO.
|Major Lotto Draw
|6/58 Ultra Lotto
|Php 49.5 Million+
|6/55 Grand Lotto
|Php 638 Million+
|6/49 Super Lotto
|Php 571 Million+
|6/45 Mega Lotto
|Php 8.9 Million+
|Php 5.9 Million+
Update December 2023: PCSO launched the E-Lotto. Bettors can now buy their lotto tickets online through a web-based app. Here’s how to use and buy in the E-Lotto app. PCSO also announced the increase of the 6/58 and 6/55 lotto jackpot prizes to 1 billion pesos.
As part of PCSO’s 89th anniversary, bettors have a chance to win an 89-million-pesos jackpot. The minimum prize initially applies to Grand Lotto 6/55 and MegaLotto 6/45, the games drawn on Mondays.
“Should there be no winners in the Monday draw, the prize will also be applied to the UltraLotto 6/58 (TFSun), SuperLotto 6/49 (TThSun), and Lotto 6/42 (TThS) and will increase accordingly until the jackpot is hit.”
PCSO reminds the public to be aware of entities pretending to be employees of PCSO and entices the public to buy lotto tickets online using their betting platform. To date, PCSO has no online betting applications through apps, texts, or calls to cater such services.
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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/.