6/58 Lotto Winner Bags Jackpot Prize

Bettor Becomes 6/58 Lotto Winner of Multi-Million Jackpot Prize for May 24, 2022 Draw

6/58 LOTTO WINNER – A bettor won the multi-million jackpot prize of the 6/58 Ultra Lotto, May 24, 2022 draw.

Daily, many Filipinos are hopeful of winning any of the major lotto games of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). Each has a multi-million jackpot prize.

The PCSO has five major lotto games such as the 6/58 Ultra Lotto, 6/55 Grand Lotto, 6/49 Super Lotto, 6/45 Mega Lotto, and 6/42 Lotto. They have different draws.

Every Tuesday, one of the draws is the 6/58 Ultra Lotto. Recently, a solo bettor became the 6/58 Lotto winner winning the multi-million jackpot prize for the May 24, 2022 draw.

6/58 Lotto Winner

The 6/58 Lotto winner got the winning combination (20-22-09-54-06-19). He or she won the multi-million jackpot prize of Php 100,064,568.00.

The said monetary prize is subject to a 20% tax deduction pursuant to the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law.

With regards to the other jackpot prizes of the PCSO major lotto games, none has yet to win the jackpot prizes for 6/49 Super Lotto, 6/45 Mega Lotto, and 6/42 Lotto. The following are the current jackpot prizes of the other major lotto games:

  • 6/55 Grand Lotto – ₱122,419,120.00
  • 6/49 Super Lotto – ₱18,272,876.00
  • 6/45 Mega Lotto – ₱40,979,410.20
  • 6/42 Lotto – ₱30,265,196.20
Lotto Booth
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In the history of lotto, one of the biggest jackpot prizes won was the previous jackpot prize of the 6/58 Ultra Lotto. It reached more than P1-billion and has hooked a huge part of the Filipino populace.

For several draws, long lines existed at the different PCSO lotto outlets nationwide. Many were hopeful of winning the P1-billion jackpot prize of the Ultra Lotto. Celebrities and ordinary individuals joined the game.

Two bettors won the 6/58 lotto jackpot prize on October 14, 2018. Each of them got Php 472 million. The 6/58 lotto winner from Samar reportedly gave away “balato” to the city hall employees and the tricycle drivers in his town.

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