Lotto 6/42 : P10.9M jackpot won by lone bettor

PCSO: This is the 6th lotto bettor to win raffle this month

By: John Eric Mendoza - Reporter / @JEMendozaINQ February 21,2024 - 01:28 PM

Lotto 6/42.

One lucky bettor wins the 6/42 Super Lotto jackpot of P10.9 million, the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) confirmed on Tuesday, January 20, 2024. PCSO LOTTO. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines — The P10.9 million Lotto 6/42 jackpot was won during last Tuesday’s (February 20) draw by a lone bettor, said the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO).

This is the 6th winner of the PCSO raffle this month.

READ: Rizal resident wins P56-M Lotto prize

The lone bettor correctly guessed the winning Lotto number combination  — 22-17-01-29-11-16.

This also made the lotto player P10,990,641.60 richer, said the PCSO.

After this win, the initial jackpot prize of the Lotto 6/42 will revert to P5,940,000.

Before this, three lone bettors won the lotto raffle on Feb. 1 with a jackpot prize of P5,940,000; Feb. 6, P7,341,411.40; and Feb. 13,7,083,788.60; while two winners on Feb.8 raffle split the jackpot prize of P5,940,000.

READ: Superlotto 6/49: Lone bettor wins P64.1M jackpot

PCSO conducts the raffle of 6/42 Lotto every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

To date, the jackpot prizes for Ultra Lotto 6/48 (P144,244,941.60), Superlotto 6/49 (P15,840,000), and 6D Lotto (P3,104,678.72), remain up for grabs.

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