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Ultra Lotto 6/58 jackpot prize continues to approach P1 billion mark

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Sep. 24, 18 | 9:26 am

The Philippine Charity Sweepstake Office (PCSO) Ultra Lotto 6/58 jackpot prize continues to near the Php1 billion jackpot mark as thousands of Filipinos try their luck for the life-changing prize.

No one won the Php704.7 million jackpot during the September 23 draw with the winning combination 58-08-34-29-35-38, in no particular order.

The next draw will be on Tuesday, September 25.

According to PCSO, a bettor does not have to get all six digits to win a monetary prize. Minor prizes still await those who will get three, four or five out of the six 6/58 winning numbers.

– 6 out of 6 numbers – Jackpot prize
– 5 out of 6 numbers – Up to Php280,000
– 4 out of 6 numbers – Up to Php3,800
– 3 out of 6 numbers – Php20

What will you do if you win the jackpot prize? Let us know in the comments section.

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