This page summarizes the 6/55 Grand Lotto summary as well as the history of results for 2021. The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office draws the 6/55 Lotto game every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 9PM.
The 6/55 Grand Lotto, which starts at 29.7 million pesos, is second only to the PCSO Sweepstakes game with the highest jackpot. Like other games, 6/55 Lotto aims at raising funds for government health programs and medical assistance services. It also aims to provide business opportunities and engage in charitable activities of national character.
Here’s the history and summary for 6/55 Lotto 2021:
How to Play 6/55 Grand Lotto
6/55 Lotto uses a single-chambered machine and draws numbers between 1 and 55. The ticket cost 20.00 and includes the Documentary Stamp Tax (DST). To play,
- The player must select six of his/her favorite numbers combinations from 1 through 55.
- This number can’t be repeated.
- If the player wants the machine to select the numbers automatically, he/she can also choose Lucky Pick (LP).
- All numbers must be in the same order to win 6/55 Lotto Jackpot.
- The 6/55 Lotto draw is broadcast on PTV and PCSO official pages.
System Play may be used by the player to increase their chances of winning. Here is an example:
|System Play||No. No.||Total Bet Cost|
|System 5-Roll||50 combinations possible||P1,000.00|
|System 7||There are 7 combinations possible||P140.00|
|System 8||There are 28 combinations possible||P560.00|
|System 9||There are 84 combinations possible||P1,680.00|
|System 10||There are 210 combinations possible||P4,200.00|
|System 11||There are 462 combinations possible||P9,240.00|
|System 12||924 combinations possible||P18,480.00|
In addition to the jackpot prize of 6 out 6 winning numbers, consolation prizes will be given to those who have placed 3, 5, or 6 winning numbers.
|2nd Prize||5 of 6 numbers||P100,000.00|
|3rd prize||4 of 6 numbers||P1,500.00|
|Fourth Prize||3 of 6 numbers||P60.00|
Playing 6/55 Lotto in COVID-19 Pandemic
PCSO has always complied with the Inter-Agency Task Force’s (IATF), mandate to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus infections. The public was also reminded of the following safety and health precautions when playing PCSO games.
- When buying lotto tickets, you will need a face mask and a shield.
- Physical distance must be maintained at least one (1) meter from each other. The lotto outlets have markers.
- Before and after you bet, use sanitizers/alcohol.
- To avoid cross-contamination, it is a good idea to bring your own pen.
- Money trays are used by PCSO outlets to prevent contact.
- Keep lotto outlets clean. Toss the trash in the trash cans.
How do you claim your prize?
Sign the ticket’s back and bring two (2) valid IDs. Depending on the prize to be claimed, prizes can be claimed at these locations.
- Prizes can be claimed at any authorized PCSO Lotto outlet for 20 Pesos to 10,000 Pesos
- You can claim prizes at your nearest PCSO branch for as low as 10,000 Pesos or as high of 300,000 Pesos.
- The Jackpot Prize can be claimed at PCSO Main Office, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City
Schedule of Games of PCSO
Below is the table that shows the schedule for all PCSO games from Monday through Friday.
|6/58 Ultra Lotto||Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday||9 PM|
|6/55 Grand Lotto||Monday, Wednesday, Saturday||9 PM|
|6/49 Super Lotto||Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday||9 PM|
|6/45 Mega Lotto||Monday, Wednesday, Friday||9 PM|
|Lotto 6/42||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||9 PM|
|6D Lotto||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||9 PM|
|4D Lotto||Monday, Wednesday, Friday||9 PM|
|3D Lotto (Swertres)||Everyday||2 PM, 5 PM, 9 PM|
|2D Lotto (EZ2)||Everyday||2 PM, 5 PM, 9 PM|
|STL Pares||Everyday||10:30AM, 3PM, 7PM|
|STL Swer2||Everyday||10:30AM, 3PM, 7PM|
|STL Swer3||Everyday||10:30AM, 3PM, 7PM|
Only 18-year-olds and older are permitted to play. It is strictly forbidden for minors to play any PCSO game.
Online and offline scams are common. To avoid such scams, make sure you secure your tickets.
PCSO informs the public about entities that claim to be connected to the agency. Only purchase lotto tickets at authorized lotto outlets for security and reliability. You can’t predict what the outcome of any lotto draw, so don’t get sucked into buying tickets at higher prices.
Quick Info about PCSO
PCSO is a government-owned organization that raises funds to support health programs, medical aid, and other charities.
The PRC televised show is aired on the Philippine Television Network (PTV). It features fixed-prize lottery and sweepstakes games. To attract more players and increase funds, there are plans to offer PCSO games online.