EZ2 Result

PCSO 2D Lotto EZ2 Result Today 23 January 2023

In the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office’s EZ2 Draw on Every Day 23 January 2023 live prize draws are held at 2 pm, 5 pm and 9 pm. A popular form of Swertres lotto in the Philippines is 3D lotto.

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office PCSO released today’s EZ2 Lotto Result.

2pm: 25-04

5pm: __-__

9pm: __-__

The lottery game is played by millions of people every day. Lotto games with monetary jackpots included PCSO Swertres and EZ2 today.

 Detailed results for 23 January 2023 for 2D / EZ2 lottery have been released by the PCSO.

Additionally 6/55 Lotto results, 6/45 Lotto results and 3D Lotto results ,STL Results can also be viewed on this page.

Reminders from the PCSO

EZ2 past result lottery rules are here, according to the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO).

  1. Those 18 years of age and older are eligible to play lottery games.
  2. A drawing is held every two hours between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm and at 9:00 pm during the course of the day.
  3. On PCSO’s YouTube channel (PCSO gov), as well as on PTV4, you can view live-streamed draws.
  4. For the draw, EZ2 Lotto tickets cost Php 12.00 each. The price already includes the 20% Documentary Stamp Tax (DST).
  5. It is the player’s responsibility to verify the accuracy of the dates printed on their tickets for the 2D Lotto result.

In the event that there will be no draws during holidays or special occasions, the PCSO will announce it in advance. A date for the next draw is also announced.

The Prize Claim Process

The latest EZ2 results today are an outlet where you can claim your prize if you win a lotto prize between Php 1,000 and Php 10,000. As well as a copy of your government-issued identification.

You will need to submit one showing your picture and signature (that has not expired yet), as well as a copy of your government-issued identification. PCSO branch offices are also available for you to claim in person.

For winners of lotto prizes worth Php 10,0001.00 and up, prize claims can be made at any PCSO branch office. Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act provides a 20% deduction for prizes exceeding Php 10,000.00.

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