Who will win the P1,112,647,388.00 in 6/58 Ultra-lotto jackpot?

On October 12, 2018, the P.C.S.O (Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office) said that the Ultra-lotto jackpot is now at P1,112,647,388.00! It is the highest prize in the history of Philippine lotto.

Did you know that foreigners can also place their bets? Under R.A. 1169 (PCSO Charter) does not prohibit foreigners from betting and winning lotto prizes. Anyone can play or bet as long as they are 18 years old or above.

The Rules are Simple

Source: newsportal.ph

If you’re living under a rock, or you just turned 18, the mechanics are simple.

  1. Go to any lotto agent and ask for the lotto form.
  2. Shade 6 numbers. Shade them properly.
  3. If you can guess all 6 numbers, you go home P1,112,647,388.00 richer.
  4. If you can guess 5 out of 6 numbers can win up to P280,000.
  5. Meanwhile, if you can guess 4 out of 6, you will get P3,800.

Ultra-lotto draws are held on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays and each bet costs P24. 

Even Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio placed her bet in the Ultra-lotto and posted in Instagram. Check out the last line of her post.

Reference: https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/10/10/18/one-number-away-113-bettors-almost-won-p1-billion-record-lotto-pot

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