A lone bettor won the P32 million jackpot prize of Lotto 6/42 during a draw on Saturday, Oct. 24, the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) said.
The PCSO on Sunday, Oct. 24, said the bettor, who bought the ticket in Parañaque City, hit the winning combination 42 – 03 – 41 – 19 – 01 – 07.
Based on the summary of the draws, a lone ticket guessed the winning combination for the Lotto 6/42 with a total jackpot prize of P32,981,785.40.
The agency also announced that 63 second prize winners will also receive P24,000 each.
Meanwhile, the multi-million jackpot prize of Grand Lotto 6/55 is still up for grabs as no one luckily guessed the winning combination 43 – 45 – 06 – 08 – 27 – 13.
While no one bagged the top prize that reached P72 million during the Saturday’s draw, the PCSO said six second prize winners will take home P100,000 each.
To claim their prizes, the winners need to go to the PCSO’s main office in Mandaluyong City and present the winning tickets along with two valid identification cards.
The PCSO said prizes that are above P10,000 will be subjected to 20 percent tax pursuant to the TRAIN Law.
The prizes that were not claimed within one year from date of draw will also be considered as “forfeited” based on the Republic Act No. 1169, it added.