MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) announced that an estimated jackpot prize of P73.5 million will be given to the winner of 6/42 Lotto Result Today, Saturday, April 17, 2021.
Lotto 6/42 is the Philippines’ first national lottery game. Players have to select six numbers from 1 to 42 and match all of them to the drawn official winning number combination to win the initial jackpot prize of P5.9 million, net of agent’s prize commission.
6/42 Lotto Result Today April 17, 2021 (Saturday)
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in any order with an estimated jackpot prize of Php73.5 million. (Official results are posted after the 9PM draw. Please refresh this page.)
Lotto 6/42 is the Philippines’ first national lottery game. Players have to select six (6) numbers from 1 to 42 and match all of them to the drawn official winning number combination to win the Initial Jackpot Prize (IJP) of P5,940,000.00 (net of agent’s prize commission).
The jackpot prize keeps on growing based on nationwide sales until there is a jackpot winner!
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How To Play 6/42 Lotto:
- Each Lotto 6/42 ticket costs P20.00. You may select your own 6-number combination from 1 to 42 on each board or play Lucky Pick (LP) and let the computer choose your numbers.
- To play with the same selected numbers for more than one draw, mark your preferred number of draws you want to play in DRAW panel.
- SYSTEM play is also available for this game. Simply select the 5R, SYS 7 up to SYS 12 option in your playslip to play your preferred System game and pay the corresponding amount.
- Consolation or low tier prizes are also available for anyone who matched 5 out of 6 down to 3 out of 6 numbers.
Good luck. Bet responsibly.
Draw schedule, PCSO reminders, and where to claim prizes are discussed below based on PCSO’s official website.
Please ensure that you check your numbers at the official PCSO website. BusinessNewsAsia.com cannot be held responsible for any misprints, typos or inaccuracies that lead to any financial loss or failure to claim winnings.