Below are the results of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (or PCSO) Suertres (3D) Lotto for November 16, 2020 (Monday).
How to Play Suertres Lotto
Playing the game is easy, just choose one digit from 0 to 9 and form your three digits number.
In case you’re not sure what three digits to choose, you may mark the Lucky Pick (LP) and the terminal will pick random numbers for you.
You may also choose to play Rambolito where the PCSO system will rearrange your selected three digits. For example, if you picked three digits with no repeating numbers then a total of six combinations will be generated. If you picked three digits but have two repeating numbers then the system will generate a total of three combinations.
Note: Lucky Pick is also available in Rambolito, yet, the option of the repeating numbers is not applicable.
What is the Prize for Swertres Lotto
If you’re selected three digits matched the winning combination in exact order then it’ll give you 4,500 pesos for every 12 pesos of your entry.
If you have selected Rambolito game and you got the correct three numbers then you win:
|Rambolito Selection||Number of Combinations||PRIZES (PHP)
(per Php12.00 play)
|3 different digits||6||750.00|
|1 pair of the same digit and 2 different digits||3||1,500.00|
Who can play Swertres Lotto?
- 18 years and above are only allowed to play and buy Suertres 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?
|* PHP 10,001.00 and up excluding the Jackpot Prize||PCSO 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 10,000||Any 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.|