Super Lotto 6/49 Result November 7, 2023

Super Lotto 6/49 Result: The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) releases November 7, 2023, 6/49 Super Lotto results, including all important reminders.

6/49 Super LottoNovember 7, 2023
Winning Combination
(in any order)
Jackpot PrizePhp 106,780,738.60
Number of Winner(s)0

Please check: PCSO E-Lotto Launch

Super Lotto 6/49 Result: Where to buy Tickets

Here are some of the places where you can buy Super Lotto 6/49 tickets:

  • PCSO Main Office
  • PCSO Authorized Lotto Outlets
  • Convenience stores
  • Grocery stores
  • Pet shops

You can also buy Super Lotto 6/49 tickets online through the PCSO website.

Here are the steps on how to buy Super Lotto 6/49 tickets online:

  1. Go to the PCSO website ( and click on the “Games” tab.
  2. Select “Super Lotto 6/49” from the list of games.
  3. Create an account or sign in to your existing account.
  4. Select the numbers you want to play.
  5. Choose the number of draws you want to participate in.
  6. Pay for your tickets using your credit card or debit card.

Please note that you must be at least 18 years old to buy Super Lotto 6/49 tickets online.

PCSO e-lotto

How to Play Super Lotto 6/49

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to play Super Lotto 6/49:

  1. Obtain a playslip: Visit any authorized PCSO Lotto Outlet nationwide and ask for a Super Lotto 6/49 playslip.

  2. Choose your numbers: Select six numbers from 1 to 49. You can either choose your own numbers or opt for a Lucky Pick (LP), where the system will randomly generate your numbers for you.

  3. Mark your selected numbers: Use blue or black ink or a pencil to mark your chosen numbers on the playslip. For Lucky Pick, simply indicate your preference on the playslip.

  4. Specify the number of draws: Decide how many draws you want to participate in. You can play for the current draw or up to six advance draws. Mark the preferred number of draws in the DRAW panel on the playslip.

  5. Pay for your playslip: Hand over the playslip to the cashier and pay ₱20.00 for each standard play. The play amount includes a 20% Documentary Stamp Tax (DST).

  6. Review your playslip: Before leaving the Lotto Outlet, double-check your playslip to ensure it accurately reflects your chosen numbers and the number of draws.

  7. Await the draw results: Super Lotto 6/49 draws are held every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday. Check the PCSO website or authorized media outlets for the latest draw results.

  8. Claim your prize: If your numbers match the winning combination, you have won a prize! Present your winning playslip to any PCSO Main Office or Authorized PCSO Ticket Redemption Center within 60 days from the draw date to claim your winnings.

Where to Claim Prize Super Lotto 6/49 Prize

Where to Claim

You can claim your Super Lotto 6/49 prize at any of the following:

  • PCSO Main Office: located at 2nd Floor, PICC Secretariat Bldg, CCP Complex, 1307 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City
  • PCSO Authorized Ticket Redemption Centers: These are located in major cities and towns nationwide. You can find a list of Authorized Ticket Redemption Centers on the PCSO website.

What to Bring

When claiming your prize, you must bring the following:

  • Your winning ticket: Make sure to write your name and affix your signature at the back of your ticket.
  • Two (2) valid IDs: Your IDs must be government-issued and contain your photo, name, and signature. Examples of valid IDs are:
    • Philippine Passport
    • Driver’s License
    • Voter’s ID
    • SSS ID
    • GSIS ID
    • PhilHealth ID
  • Claim form: You can fill out the claim form at the PCSO Main Office or Authorized Ticket Redemption Center.

Claiming Procedure

  1. Present your winning ticket, IDs, and claim form to the Prize Claim section of the Accounting and Budget Department.
  2. Affix your signature at the back of your winning ticket to establish your absolute ownership.
  3. Once the ticket is verified, the Treasury Department will issue a check with your name.
  4. Encash your check at the Philippine National Bank (PNB) or Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) located within the PCSO compound.


  • You must claim your prize within 60 days from the draw date.
  • If your prize is worth more than ₱10,000, you will be required to pay a 20% withholding tax.
  • For more information, you may visit the PCSO website at or call the PCSO hotline at 1-800-10-1111.

PCSO Lotto Draw Schedule

The PCSO Lotto draw schedule is as follows:

GameDraw DayDraw Time
Ultra Lotto 6/58Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday9:00 PM
Grand Lotto 6/55Monday, Wednesday, Friday9:00 PM
Super Lotto 6/49Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday9:00 PM
Mega Lotto 6/45Monday, Wednesday, Saturday9:00 PM
Lotto 6/42Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday9:00 PM
6 Digit GameMonday, Wednesday, Friday9:00 PM
4 Digit GameMonday to Sunday9:00 AM, 4:00 PM, 9:00 PM
3D LottoMonday to Sunday9:00 AM, 4:00 PM, 9:00 PM
2D LottoMonday to Sunday

9:00 AM, 4:00 PM, 9:00 PM

You can watch the live PCSO Lotto draws on PTV4, IBC13, and the PCSO Facebook page. You can also check the results online on the PCSO website.

About PCSO

The PCSO is a government agency that raises money for healthcare, medical assistance, and charities. It does this by holding and conducting sweepstakes, races, and lotteries. The PCSO also invests in health and welfare-related projects and activities to provide a steady stream of funding for its programs.

PCSO primarily offers sweepstakes and lottery games, including five 6-pick number games and the 6D, 4D, Suertres Lotto, and EZ2 Lotto games.

The PCSO has been in operation since 1934 and has lived up to its mission of improving the quality of life for Filipinos. It has established itself as a model government institution with its dedication to serving the disadvantaged sectors of society. The PCSO has won the trust of the Filipino people and will continue to be there for them, helping to meet their needs and fulfill their hopes and dreams.


Yes, PCSO Lotto is legal in the Philippines. The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) is a government agency that is authorized to operate lottery games in the Philippines. The PCSO was created by Republic Act No. 301, which was enacted on October 30, 1934.

The proceeds from the PCSO Lotto are used to fund various charitable programs and projects in the Philippines. The PCSO has provided billions of pesos in funding for hospitals, schools, and other charitable organizations.

What is PCSO Lotto Tax?

The PCSO Lotto tax is a 20% tax on all winnings that exceed ₱10,000. This tax was imposed by the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law, which was enacted in 2018.

The PCSO Lotto tax is deducted automatically from your winnings when you claim your prize. For example, if you win ₱100,000 in the PCSO Lotto, you will receive ₱80,000 after the tax is deducted.

The PCSO Lotto tax is used to fund the government’s various programs and services. It is also used to fund the PCSO’s charitable programs and projects.

How many days PCSO Lotto ticket valid?

PCSO Lotto tickets are valid for one year after the draw date. This means that if you win the PCSO Lotto, you have one year to claim your prize. If you do not claim your prize within one year, it will be forfeited.

To claim your PCSO Lotto prize, you can go to any PCSO branch office or authorized lotto ticket seller. You must bring your winning ticket and a valid ID. You must also fill out a claim form.

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