PCSO Lotto Winners 2023 – Updated Lists


PCSO Lotto Winners 2023: Who are the latest PCSO Lotto jackpot winners?

Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office. It’s a government-owned and controlled corporation in the Philippines responsible for raising funds for health programs, medical assistance and services, and charities of national character.

Here are the PCSO lotto jackpot winners for the Year 2023. Congratulations!

PCSO Lotto Winners 2023

ateLotto DrawCombinationJackpot PrizeLocationNo. of Winners
Dec 29, 20236/5819-35-25-42-58-05571,554,916.40Secretario, Noel located at Rizal St., City of Ligao, Albay1
Dec 29, 20236/4506-12-28-04-16-1723,333,389.60Antonino, Rolly located at Sto. Nino Public Terminal Mercado St., South Cotabato, Mindanao1
Dec 28, 20236/4218-34-01-11-28-0443,882,361.60Lotto Outlet of Edlyn Monte of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan1
Dec 19, 20236/4930-16-33-12-29-25310,696,635.40Lotto Outlet of Lim, Victor A. of Quezon City, NCR1
Dec 18, 20236/4520-33-01-29-06-098,910.000.00Lucky Circle Corporation in Roxas City, Capiz1
Dec 15, 20236/4532-14-34-13-01-3537,241,369.80Carpio, Luvimin Joy V. Lotto Outlet in Malate, Manila1
Dec 9, 20236/4225-12-02-15-26-0116,640,656.60329 Southwestern, Poblacion, Calamba, Misamis Occidental1
Nov 30, 20236/4236-38-29-37-41-3028,612,882.60SM San Lazaro, Manila1
Nov 27, 20236/4506-23-25-29-22-3642,024,785.20Batangas City, Batangas.1
Nov 14, 20236/4201-12-21-28-08-185,940,000.00Marulas, Valenzuela1
Nov 11, 20236/5552-08-41-11-27-31116,554,053.80Santa Rosa, Nueva Ecija1
Nov 11, 20236/4203-28-17-11-26-1610,874,702.20Santa Barbara, Ilo-ilo City1
Nov 6, 20236/4513-31-16-01-25-10107,506,074.20Brgy. Pinyahan, Q.C.1
Nov 4, 20236/4207-34-11-26-05-06102,254,379.40Bayombong, Nueva Viscaya1
Oct 25, 20236/4504-34-02-28-42-2030,052,036.20(1) Consolacion, Cebu
(2) Tacurong City, Sultan Kudarat
Oct 19, 20236/4926-31-41-14-05-1015,840,000.00Norzagaray, Bulacan1
Oct 15, 20236/4947-35-02-13-38-17147,354,716,40Silang, Cavite1
Oct 12, 20236/4213-41-06-25-34-4234,562,804.20Sampaloc, Manila1
Oct 9, 20236/4534-41-11-01-10-0781,039,037.20McArthur Highway, Malolos, Bulacan3
Sep 25, 20236/5530-17-06-12-04-2936,025,867.40San Antonio, Nueva Ecija1
Sep 21, 20236/4225-10-14-17-19-4221,966,450.20Ortigas Ave. Ext., Sta. Lucia, Pasig1
Sep 19, 20236/5807-10-09-13-21-1977,455,718.40Binangonan, Rizal1
Sep 7, 20236/4203-31-15-19-10-2736,257,127.40Lacao St., Puerto Princesa City, Palawan1
Sep 4, 20236/5555-50-06-45-12-40111,039,686.00BFRV, Las Piñas City, Metro Manila1
Sep 1, 20236/4530-42-39-12-35-188,910,000.00Molave, Catarman, Northern Samar1
Aug 28, 20236/4509-30-28-45-31-05101,344,365.20San Miguel, Pasig City1
Aug 17, 20236/4227-10-36-09-22-0718,611,973.40San Miguel Public Market, San Miguel, Bohol1
Aug 15, 20236/4912-05-01-30-09-1431,725,228.00(1) Imus Cavite
(2) Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu
Aug 11, 20236/5850-46-57-40-04-1949,500,000.00Brgy. Ramon Magsaysay, Quezon City1
Aug 8, 20236/5818-22-30-55-26-0587,051,450.20Mandaue, City, Cebu1
Aug 5, 20236/4234-35-24-20-36-3922,896,342.80Liberty Ave., Murphy, Brgy. Socorro, Q.C.1
July 27, 20236/4942-12-25-05-19-1893,693,905.40Balagtas, Bulacan1
July 22, 20236/4214-27-19-26-08-3822,821,402.20Dasmariñas, Cavite1
July 17, 20236/4531-13-10-37-34-1842,900.615.40Caniogan, Pasig, City.1
July 12, 20236/5519-32-25-12-17-3629,700,000.00Pagsanjan Public Market, Brgy. Biñan, Pagsanjan, Laguna1
July 8, 20236/4203-28-12-26-08-217,656,441.80Tondo, Manila1
July 5, 20236/5505-01-27-26-44-1158,983,172.20Asinan, Bugallon, Pangasinan1
July 4, 20236/4210-19-31-27-18-255,940,000.00Bagong Buhay, San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan1
July 1, 20236/4218-25-12-14-13-2261,234,178.20Manuela Subs., Las Piñas, Metro Manila1
June 30, 20236/5843-58-37-47-27-17366,687,465.20San Roque, Cabiao, Nueva Ecija1
June 26, 20236/4526-40-06-12-44-1435,502,637.60Magsaysay St., Brgy. Eastern, Wao, Lanao Del Sur1
June 15, 20236/4919-03-45-22-42-3215,840,000.00Kaunlaran, Cubao, Q.C.1
June 11, 20236/4918-29-21-48-10-0815,840,000.00(1) Makati Cinema Square, Pasong Tamo, Makati City
(1) J.P. Rizal St. Maypajo, Caloocan
June 8, 20236/4917-15-37-45-13-3115,840,000,00Brgy. Comembo, Makati City1
June 7, 20236/4527-10-18-08-40-368,910,000.00Pio Del Pilar, Makati City1
June 5, 20236/5511-17-28-06-09-0129,700,000.00Central Cignal, Taguig, City1
June 5, 20236/4522-08-20-02-01-458,910,000.00Novaliches, Quezon City1
June 3, 20236/4210-03-12-20-07-2842,751,862.80(1) Guagua, Pampanga
(1) Langcam, San Pedro, Laguna
June 2, 20236/4525-15-05-11-09-0341,256,521.60McArthur Highway, San Fernando, Pampanga1
June 1, 20236/4914-22-27-40-45-4158,995,238.20Molino, Bacoor, Cavite1
May 22, 20236/5528-32-12-09-18-5029,700,000.00(1) Bacoor, Cavite
(1) Iloilo City, Iloilo
May 12, 20236/4514-05-44-25-01-36225,248,638.00Pavia, Iloilo1
May 11, 20236/4236-07-19-26-08-0144,070,179.40Iloilo City, Iloilo1
May 6, 20236/5504-16-26-24-14-4755,394,255.40San Pedro, Laguna1
Apr 27,20236/4948-10-12-28-34-0521,215,267.00Zamboanga City, Zamboanga del Sur1
Apr 18, 20236/4242-21-01-36-23-3782,139,803.60(1) Cebu City, Cebu
(1) Cubao, Quezon City
Apr 13, 20236/4948-19-10-17-47-4927,978,266.40Santiago, Agusan del Norte1
Mar 29, 20236/5526-23-34-41-45-2934,123,859.00Tondo, Manila1
Mar 21, 20236/4912-29-35-34-13-0833,643,692.60(1) Pasay City, Metro Manila
(1) San Mateo, Rizal
Mar 12, 20236/5813-30-10-22-02-1549,500,000.00Meycauayan, Bulacan1
Mar 11, 20236/5545-29-12-03-26-5129,700,000.00Davao City, Davao del Sur1
Mar 9, 20236/4206-18-26-29-17-1116,319,245.20Mandaue City, Cebu1
Mar 7, 20236/5856-41-11-48-54-58109,630,146.00Pulilan, Bulacan1
Mar 6, 20236/4526-43-11-18-05-4512,171,239.80Bayugan, Agusan del Sur1
Mar 2, 20236/4920-30-35-28-18-2118,765,983.80Ozamis City, Misamis Occidental1
Feb 28, 20236/4226-14-11-08-07-2250,796,013.00Sampaloc, Manila1
Feb 27, 20236/5509-08-05-01-30-5275,248,476.20Novaliches, Quezon City, Metro Manila1
Feb 27, 20236/4525-04-11-35-15-0911,631,365.60San Pablo City, Laguna2
Feb 20, 20236/4517-23-31-10-21-1437,251,519.80Angeles City, Pampanga1
Feb 19, 20236/4947-46-35-25-15-0463,152,025.00Lavezares, Northern Samar1
Feb 2, 20236/4202-27-16-29-04-195,940,000.00Tumauini, Isabela1
Feb 1, 20236/4537-29-42-21-27-0573,481,247.20(1) La Carlota City, Negros Occidental (1) Pinagkaisahan, Makati City2
Jan 31, 20236/4231-41-29-25-20-0825,490,659.00Pateros, Metro Manila1
Jan 21, 20236/5503-44-10-13-23-1129,700,000.00Ibaan, Batangas1
Jan 20, 20236/5824-39-31-19-42-1349,500,000.00Iloilo City, Iloilo1
Jan 19, 20236/4917-19-31-13-47-3479,151,086.60Manila1
Jan 17, 20236/4234-24-02-06-33-0735,314,806.60Davao City, Davao Del Sur1
Jan 7, 20236/5544-13-19-33-27-39142,580,483.20(1) Calamba City, Laguna
(1) Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental
Jan 2, 20236/4504-26-38-15-34-1719,503,337.00Merville, Parañaque City

Steps to claim Lotto prize

Step 1: Verify your winning ticket.

  • Check the winning numbers against your 6/42 lotto ticket. If your ticket matches all six numbers, you are a winner!
  • Double-check your ticket to make sure it is complete and undamaged.
  • Sign the back of your ticket to establish your ownership.

Step 2: Gather the required documents.

  • Bring your winning ticket to any PCSO branch nationwide.
  • Present a valid ID for verification purposes. This can be your passport, driver’s license, or any other government-issued ID with your photo and signature.
  • If you are claiming the prize on behalf of someone else, you will need to present a notarized authorization letter from the actual winner.

Step 3: Fill out the necessary claim forms.

  • You will need to fill out a claim form provided by the PCSO. The form will ask for your personal information, contact details, and bank account information.

Step 4: Submit your claim.

  • Once you have completed the claim form, submit it to the PCSO personnel along with your winning ticket and valid ID.

Step 5: Await processing.

  • The PCSO will process your claim and verify your identity. This process may take a few days.

Step 6: Receive your prize.

  • Once your claim has been processed and approved, you will receive your prize check. The check will be made payable to the winner.

Additional notes:

  • For jackpot prizes exceeding Php 5,000,000, the PCSO may require additional verification procedures.
  • You must claim your prize within one year from the draw date.

Where to check the PCSO lotto results?

1. Official PCSO website: The most reliable and up-to-date source for PCSO lotto results is the official PCSO website (https://www.pcso.gov.ph/). On the homepage, you can find links to the results for all PCSO lotto games, including 6/42, 6/45, 6/49, 6/55, and 6/58.

2. PCSO mobile app: The PCSO has a free mobile app that you can download for iOS or Android devices. The app allows you to check lotto results, purchase tickets, and track your winnings.

3. PCSO text service: You can also subscribe to the PCSO text service to receive lotto results directly to your phone. To subscribe, text “RESLT” to 917-839-2001.

4. PCSO social media pages: The PCSO has official pages on Facebook and Twitter where you can find lotto results updates.

5. Third-party websites and apps: There are many third-party websites and apps that provide PCSO lotto results. However, it is important to make sure that you are using a reputable source.

How much is the PCSO Lotto ticket?

Starting now, all PCSO lotto tickets with winning jackpot combinations will be worth P20.00, including Documentary Stamp Tax (DST). These tickets can be purchased at any authorized PCSO lotto outlet nationwide.

PCSO E-lotto

PCSO e-Lotto is a new online platform for purchasing lotto tickets from the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). It allows players to purchase tickets for all PCSO lotto games, including 6/42, 6/45, 6/49, 6/55, and 6/58.

e-Lotto is still in its trial phase, so it is only available to residents of Luzon for now. However, the PCSO plans to expand the service to other regions in the future.

To use e-Lotto, you will need to create an account and deposit funds into your account. You can then purchase tickets for any of the PCSO lotto games. Tickets will be purchased on your behalf and you will be notified when they are drawn.

e-Lotto offers several benefits over traditional lotto play, including:

  • Convenience: You can purchase tickets from anywhere in the Philippines with an internet connection.
  • Safety: Your tickets will be purchased on your behalf, so you don’t have to worry about losing them or having them stolen.
  • Tracking: You can track your tickets and see if you have won.
  • Automatic winnings: If you win, your winnings will be automatically deposited into your account.

If you are a lotto player, e-Lotto is a great way to purchase your tickets and increase your chances of winning.

For more info:


PCSO Announcements

PCSO Launches New Mobile App for Lotto Results and Ticket Purchases

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) has launched a new mobile app that allows players to check lotto results, purchase tickets, and track their winnings. The app is available for both iOS and Android devices.

PCSO to Increase Lotto Prizes for the Holidays

The PCSO is set to increase lotto prizes for the upcoming holiday season. The jackpot prize for the Grand Lotto 6/55 will be increased to P500 million, while the jackpot prize for the Ultra Lotto 6/58 will be increased to P1 billion.

PCSO to Conduct Raffle for Brand New Cars

The PCSO will be conducting a raffle for brand new cars in the coming months. The raffle is open to all PCSO lotto ticket holders.

PCSO to Hold Job Fair for PCSO Personnel

The PCSO will be holding a job fair for PCSO personnel in the coming months. The job fair is open to all qualified applicants.

PCSO to Launch New Community Outreach Programs

The PCSO is set to launch new community outreach programs in the coming months. The programs are aimed at providing assistance to the poor and marginalized.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the owner of Lotto Philippines?

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO, Filipino: Tanggapan sa Charity Sweepstakes ng Pilipinas) is a government-owned and controlled corporation of the Philippines under direct supervision of the Office of the President of the Philippines.

How long can I claim Lotto winnings?

To avoid forfeiture of winnings, winners have one year from the date of the draw to claim the prize, as specified in Republic Act 1169. All lotto jackpot prizes must be claimed at the PCSO main office along Shaw Boulevard in Mandaluyong City.

Is Small Town Lottery legal?

The Philippine government operates the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) Small Town Lottery (STL) as a legal alternative to jueteng.

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