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EZ2 (2D Lotto) Result Today | September 4, 2020 (Friday) | PCSO

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Below are the results of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (or PCSO) EZ2 (2D) Lotto for September 4, 2020 (Friday).

EZ2 (2D) Result Today – September 4, 2020 (Friday)
DrawResultsWinners
2:00 PM26-1060
5:00 PM20-1232
9:00 PM05-10511
(In exact order)

How to Play EZ2 Lotto

Playing the 2D Lotto is simple, just choose two numbers ranging from 1 to 31 and form your two-number combination.

In case you’re not sure what two-number combination to choose, you may mark the Lucky Pick (LP) and the terminal will pick random numbers for you.

What is the Prize for 2D Lotto

There are two types of games in EZ2 Lotto. The first one is called the “Standard Play” where you can win 4,000 pesos if you hit the winning numbers in exact order. The second one is called “Rambolito” where you can win 2,000 pesos if you hit the winning numbers even they’re not in the exact order.

Note: If your selected numbers are the winning combination and in exact order but you have chosen “Rambolito”, your prize is 2,000 pesos

Game Type
Prizes (PHP)
Standard Play (getting all Two numbers drawn in exact order)
PHP 4,000
Rambolito
PHP 2,000

Who can play EZ2 Lotto?

  • 18 years and above are only allowed to play and buy EZ2 Lotto tickets or can claim its corresponding prize.
  • The 20% Documentary Stamp Tax (DST) is inclusive from the 12 pesos amount to play.
  • Players have the sole responsibility for checking the accuracy of the data printed on your ticket(s) including bet type, bet amount, the draw date you want to enter and the numbers you want to play.

Where Can You Claim The Prize?

PRIZE
VALIDATE AND CLAIM
* PHP 10,001.00 and up excluding the Jackpot PrizePCSO Branch Offices in your area or at the PCSO Head Office, Conservatory Building, 605 Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City 1552
PHP 20.00 up to PHP 10,000Any authorized Lotto outlet or at the PCSO Branch Offices in your area
Note: *Prizes above PhP10,000.00 are subject to 20% tax pursuant to TRAIN Law.

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