More bettors are expected to buy lotto tickets on Friday, Nov. 26 as the estimated jackpot prize for Ultra Lotto 6/58 soars to P375 million.
In an advisory, the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) said that the multi-million jackpot prize for Ultra Lotto 6/58 — to be drawn at 9 p.m. — is still up for grabs.
This after PCSO announced that nobody guessed the winning six-digit combination of 58-19-35-46-30-10 during the draw on Nov. 23. The jackpot prize was P360,984,981.
Meanwhile, PCSO said that the jackpot estimate for the Mega Lotto 6/45 will hit P46 million.
The Ultra Lotto 6/58 and Mega Lotto 6/46 are drawn every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.
During the draw on Nov. 25, a lone bettor from Manila in the National Capital Region (NCR) also won the P16-million jackpot for Lotto 6/42.
The lucky bettor guessed the winning combination 38 – 41 – 21 – 28 – 02 – 13 for Lotto 6/42 with a jackpot prize of 16,037,716.20.
Based on the announcements by PCSO, there were five solo bettors who won the jackpot prizes from different lotto games for this month alone.
PCSO confirmed that a bettor from Calamba City, Laguna won the P8.4 M Lotto 6/42 jackpot prize during the Nov. 13 draw. The winning ticket correctly guessed the winning combination 09 – 25 – 35 – 21 – 15 – 37.
During the Nov. 9 draw, a solo bettor from Quezon City in Metro Manila also correctly guessed the winning combination 21 – 41 – 19 – 01 – 08 – 38 for Super Lotto 6/49. The jackpot prize was P15.8 million.
A ticket bought in Cagayan De Oro City, Misamis Oriental bagged the P8.2-million Lotto 6/42 jackpot prize. The solo bettor guessed the six-digit winning combination 24 – 27 – 29 – 08 – 22 – 04 during the draw on Nov. 6.
On Nov. 4, a lone bettor from San Carlos City in Pangasinan won the P125.6-M Super Lotto 6/49 jackpot prize with the winning combination 05 – 03 – 10 – 17 – 43 – 49.
Mandated to set aside a part of its revenue for charity, PCSO continues to encourage the public to patronize its lotto and other digit games.
PCSO has been generating funds for its Medical Access Program which seeks to augment the medical needs of Filipinos nationwide particularly those who need hospital confinement, chemotherapy, dialysis, and post-transplant medicines.
While its lotto operations continue in areas under Alert Levels 1 to 4, PCSO reminded the public to strictly observe the minimum health standards amidst the public health situation in the country.