2D LOTTO RESULT TODAY – Here’s the official result of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) 2D Lotto, , .
In the Philippines, it is estimated that millions of Filipinos join the lotto games daily. The official lotto operator in the country is the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). It runs several major and minor lotto games.
See UPDATED results for the following draws:
LOTTO RESULT Today, Monday, September 25, 2023 (updated 9PM)
EZ2 RESULT Today, Monday, September 25, 2023 (updated every 2PM, 5PM and 9PM)
SWERTRES RESULT Today, Monday, September 25, 2023 (updated every 2PM, 5PM and 9PM)
The major lotto games got different draw schedules in a week while the minor lotto games have daily draws. One of the minor lotto games is the Swertres Lotto or the 2D Lotto. It has three (3) draws every day – 2PM, 5PM, and 9PM.
The 2D Lotto result today, , , can be obtained by watching PTV4 channel or the live streaming of the PCSO draw on YouTube (pcso gov).
What You Need To Know In Playing Lotto?
There are certain rules and reminders in playing the lotto games run by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) despite operating legally in the country. To be qualified to play the lotto games, the lotto player must be at least 18 years of age.
Previous 2D Lotto Result , :
3D Lotto Result, 4D Lotto Result, 6/45 Lotto Result, 6/58 Lotto Result, and STL Result pages.
How To Play the 2D Lotto:
- Create a combination by choosing two (2) digits from 1-31 in each of the three columns on the lotto ticket.
- You may also play through the “Lucky Pick” which is a computer-generated combination composed of two (2) digits between 0-31.
- You may also play the Rambolito System Play wherein you will pick the two (2) digits from 0-31 that will make up your combination and the system will be the one to generate the order of the digits.
The Lotto Prizes
If you got the winning combination in exact order, you will win P4,500.00. In claiming your prize, you may head to any authorized PCSO lotto outlet and present your lotto ticket to get your monetary prize. It is not subject to a 20% tax deduction pursuant to the Tax Reform Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law.