2 Women Bettor in Mindanao Bags Jackpot Prize from PCSO Lottery
Two (2) lucky women bettor in Mindanao takes home multi-million jackpot prize from the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) lottery.
Two Mindanao lotto winners have already claimed millions of pesos in prizes won in two PCSO lotto games. According to a PCSO report, on March 13, a happy winner from Bayugan, Agusan Del Sur claimed the Mega Lotto 6/45 jackpot sum of P12,171,239.80 that was drawn on March 6.
The lucky bettor won the jackpot with the winning numbers 26-43-11-18-05-45. According to the rich woman, she chose the winning combination at random when she bet at one of Bayugan’s lottery stores.
She stated that she had been playing the lotto for about two decades. She stated that he couldn’t believe he had finally won. According to her, she will first deposit it in a bank and carefully consider how she will spend the large sum she has gotten.
“Sa ngayon po, ilalagak ko muna sa banko at pagiisipang mabuti kung paano ko magagamit ng tama ang napakalaking halaga pong ito na natanggap ko ngayon,” she said when asked where she would use the winnings.
On March 16, the single winner of Grand Lotto 6/55 from Davao City collected his reward of P29,700,000, which he won on March 11. According to the story, the lucky winner scooped the jackpot with the winning combination 45-29-12-03-26-51.
Davaoea has been playing the lotto for about 15 years. When she wagers, she always selects Lucky Pick, or random numbers generated by the system itself, according to her. She also stated that she intends to establish a business and purchase land with the money he got.
The GrandLotto 6/55 is drawn on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, while the MegaLotto 6/45 is drawn on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
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