MANILA – The 4D lotto results today, March 1, 2023, are available here as announced by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). The 4D lotto results are posted at 9 PM every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in all areas nationwide.
The 4D is one of the exciting major digit PCSO games. As with other games, 4D lotto aims to raise government funds for health programs, and medical assistance services, provide business opportunities and engage in charities of national character.
Below are the 4D Lotto results for March 1, 2023 courtesy of PCSO:
READ: 4D Lotto Results Summary and History for the Year 2022
Apart from 4D Lotto, PCSO is also conducting major jackpot-prize games and digit games. You may find here the lotto results today for 6/58 Ultra Lotto, 6/55 Grand Lotto, 6/49 Super Lotto, 6/45 Mega Lotto, 6/42 Lotto, Swertres Lotto/ 3D Lotto, EZ2 Lotto/ 2D Lotto, 6D Lotto, and STL.
Related Lotto Results Today
- 3D Lotto Result March 1, 2023 (2PM, 5PM, 9PM)
- 2D Lotto Result March 1, 2023 (2 PM, 5PM, 9PM)
- STL Results March 1, 2023 (10:30AM, 3PM, 7PM, 8PM
- PCSO Lotto Results for March 1, 2023 (Major Sweepstakes Draws)
How to Play 4D Lotto?
4D Lotto is a game that uses four (4) chambered machine that draws numbers from 0 to 9. The ticket is 12.00 pesos per combination. To play,
- The player must choose his/her preferred six digits combination from 0 to 9.
- The selected number can be repeated.
- The player may also choose Lucky Pick (LP) should he/she want the machine to automatically select the numbers.
- To win 4D Lotto first prize, all digits must appear in exact order.
- The draw of the 4D Lotto is aired on PTV and at PCSO official pages.
Players can also play the ROLL1 up to ROLL4.
- Roll 1 – The first digit ranging from 0 to 9 will be generated by the system to complement the selected last three (3) digits. This will create 10 sets of numbers.
- Roll 4 – Similar to Roll1 except that the central system will generate the last digit ranging from 0 to 9 to complement the selected first three (3) digits.
The first prize amount starts at P10,000.00. If there is no winner, it will be added to the first prize pool for the next 4D lotto draw. If there is more than one (1) winner of the first prize, this will be divided accordingly. Here is a table of 4D lotto prizes:
|Category||No. of Winning combination||Prize|
|1st Prize||4 out of 4 numbers||P10,000.00|
|2nd Prize||Last 3 of 4 numbers||P800.00|
|3rd Prize||Last 2 of 4 numbers||P100.00|
Playing 4D Lotto in COVID-19 Pandemic
PCSO has always been compliant with the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) mandate on minimizing the spread of COVID-19 virus infections. They likewise reminded the public of the following basic health and safety protocols in playing any PCSO games:
- Face masks and face shields are required when buying lotto tickets.
- Always observe physical distancing by maintaining at least one (1) meter distance from one another. Markers are present in the lotto outlets.
- Apply sanitizers/ alcohol before and after betting.
- If possible, bring your own pen to avoid contamination.
- To prevent contact, PCSO outlets are using money trays.
- Maintain cleanliness around lotto outlets. Throw the garbage into the trash bins.
How to claim the prize?
Sign the back portion of the ticket and ready two (2) valid IDs. Prizes can be claimed at the following locations depending on the amount to claim.
- For 20 Pesos up to 10,000 Pesos, prizes can be claimed at the nearest authorized PCSO lotto outlet,
- For 10,000 Pesos to 300,000 Pesos, you may claim the prizes at the nearest PCSO branch, and
- For the Jackpot Prize, it can be claimed at the PCSO Main Office located at Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City
Prizes above P10,000.00 are subject to 20% tax pursuant to TRAIN Law.
Schedule of Games of PCSO
Here is the table showing the schedule of all games of PCSO from Monday to Friday:
|6/58 Ultra Lotto||Tuesday, Friday, Sunday||9PM|
|6/55 Grand Lotto||Monday, Wednesday, Saturday||9PM|
|6/49 Super Lotto||Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday||9PM|
|6/45 Mega Lotto||Monday, Wednesday, Friday||9PM|
|6/42 Lotto||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||9PM|
|6D Lotto||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||9PM|
|4D Lotto||Monday, Wednesday, Friday||9PM|
|3D Lotto (Swertres)||Everyday||2PM, 5PM, 9PM|
|2D Lotto (EZ2)||Everyday||2PM, 5PM, 9PM|
|STL Pares||Everyday||10:30AM, 3PM, 7PM|
|STL Swer2||Everyday||10:30AM, 3PM, 7PM|
|STL Swer3||Everyday||10:30AM, 3PM, 7PM|
Only those above eighteen (18) years old and above are allowed to play. Minors are strictly prohibited to play any of the PCSO games.
Scams are rampant either online or offline. Make sure to secure your tickets and only claim the prize at the authorized lotto outlets to prevent such.
PCSO also informs the public to be aware of certain entities claiming they are connected with the agency. For reliability and security, buy the lotto tickets only at the authorized lotto outlets. Likewise, nobody knows what will come out in any of the lottos draw so don’t be caught up with promises of winning numbers for a higher ticket price.
About PCSO: Quick Info
PCSO is a government-owned entity tasked to do fundraising to provide funds for health programs, medical assistance, and charities.
This can be done through the PRC televised game show aired on the Philippine Television Network (PTV) for fixed prized lottery and sweepstakes games. There are also plans to make PCSO games online to gain more bettors resulting in bigger funds.
For further questions or clarifications regarding the PCSO lotto products and services, you may contact them using the details below:
Address: PCSO Main Office, PICC Secretariat Bldg, CCP Complex, 1307 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City
Telephone Numbers:: (02) 846-8895; 846-8894; 847-8741
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