2D RESULT September 26, 2022 – The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) is conducting 2D Lotto draws today at the PCSO draw court in Mandaluyong City at 2pm, 5pm and 9pm.
Latest EZ2 2D result is updated below during the live draw.
The following is the most recent 2D lotto result for September 26, 2022:
|2D Lotto Draws
|Official Results (in exact order)
Please note that 2D Lotto was formerly called EZ2 Lotto. The result above is just the same as the EZ2 result for September 26, 2022. Reload this page to get updated results or go here for 2D Result History or here for other lotto result today.
With thousands of pesos at stake for just a price of PhP 12, 2D Lotto has emerged as one of the most favorite fixed-prize games among Filipinos since it was created in 2004. The chances of winning the 2D Lotto prizes —PhP 4,000 for Straight Play and PhP 2,000 for Rambolito Play— are 1 in 961 and 1 in 46, respectively.
EZ2 2D Lotto draws take place every day at 2:00 PM, 5:00 PM and 9:00 PM except when the draws are postponed by PCSO. During these occasions, PCSO makes a prior official announcement.
PCSO likewise holds parimutuel games nationwide. See the 6/58 Lotto Result, 6/55 Lotto Result, 6/49 Lotto Result, 6/45 Lotto Result and 6/42 Lotto Result together with the digit games including EZ2 Result (2D Result), Swertres Result (3D Result), 4D Result, 6D Result and STL Result.
2D Lotto Result Today – 2PM, 5PM, and 9PM Update
View the latest 2D Lotto draws below posted today at 2:00 PM, 5:00 PM and 9:00 PM. Do not forget to subscribe to our channel to receive timely video notifications.
(Video to be uploaded after draw)
2D Hearing Today – Hot Numbers, Predictions and Probables
Head over to our Facebook community here to view the 2D hearing for September 26, 2022.
2D hot numbers, hearing and probables are regularly posted there by community members for entertainment and reference purposes.
Please be reminded that no one can foretell the winning numbers of any lotto game. Do not trust those persons offering 2D ‘winning numbers’ in exchange of personal information, money or cellular phone load.
2D Result Yesterday and other Past PCSO 2D Lotto Results
The list below shows the results for the previous seven days together with the 2D result yesterday, September 25, 2022.
|2D EZ2 Draw Date
|November 11, 2022
|November 10, 2022
|November 9, 2022
|November 8, 2022
|November 7, 2022
|November 6, 2022
|November 5, 2022
|November 4, 2022
Note: We regularly update the list above after the article is posted to show the latest daily EZ2 2D results.
This EZ2 2D Result History page also shows a comprehensive record of past 2D winning numbers announced by PCSO.
How to Play 2D Lotto
These are the complete steps when playing the PCSO 2D Lotto:
- Select a combination of two (2) numbers from one (1) to thirty-one (31) in each column on a 2D Lotto bet card.
- If you can’t think of any number combination, mark Lucky Pick (LP) to let the computer generate the 2D Lotto number combination for you.
- Choose Rambolito if you want the terminal to automatically compute all the possible combinations of the numbers you have selected.
- Mark the amount that you want to play for each combination.
- For Advance Plays, mark the number of consecutive draws in the Draw Draw section.
- Pay the ticket price and get your printed ticket once done.
- View the 2D result after the scheduled draw to know if you got the winning number combination.
Each 2D Lotto number combination costs PhP 12. The play amount varies from PhP 12 to PhP 600, depending on the total number of combinations. The ticket price includes a 20% Documentary Stamp Tax (DST).
Make sure to sign the back of the your 2D Lotto ticket after placing your bet and to store the ticket in a safe and dry place.
Your ticket must be machine-validated before you can claim your prize. Hence, do not fold, wet, iron or tamper with your ticket.
Please remember that you need to be at least 18 years old to play and claim lotto prizes.
It’s 2D Play! Learning how to play 2D Lotto is easy and gives you the chance to win three times every day.
Important PCSO Regulations to be Followed when Playing 2D Lotto
PCSO has implemented the guidelines below to be observed by 2D Lotto bettors in the country.
- Always wear your face mask. Bettors without face mask will not be permitted to place 2D Lotto bets.
- Follow physical distancing at all times while in the outlet.
- Bring your own ball pen when purchasing lotto tickets.
- Use the tray provided when handing out your play card and payment.
- Use the alcohols, disinfectant or hand sanitizer provided before leaving the outlet.
- Put away your used play slip and non-winning lotto tickets into the trash can.
2D Lotto Prizes for Straight/Standard and Rambolito Plays
2D Lotto is one of the fixed-prize games of PCSO. In 2D Lotto, getting the two (2) winning numbers in exact order wins you PhP 4,000 per 12 peso Standard play.
Playing via the Rambolito wins you a prize of PhP 2,000 if you get the two (2) winning numbers in any order.
See the prize table below to learn more about the prizes you can win on 2D Lotto:
|2D Lotto Play
|2 numbers in exact order
|2 numbers in any order
A bettor can take home as much as 4,000 pesos for every 12 peso play in case his number matches the 2D Lotto Result released by PCSO.
Major Lotto Draws Jackpot Prize Update from PCSO
These are the updated jackpot prize of the major lottery draws of PCSO as of today, September 26, 2022.
|Latest Winning Numbers
|Ultra Lotto 6/58
|Php 214.3 Million
|Grand Lotto 6/55
|Php 29.7 Million
|Super Lotto 6/49
|Php 21.3 Million
|Mega Lotto 6/45
|Php 10.9 Million
|National Lotto 6/42
|Php 15.3 Million
Note: The table above is updated on a regular basis and should indicate the most recent daily jackpot prizes beyond this article’s posting date.
2D Lotto FAQs – All Questions about 2D Lotto Answered here
How can I win prizes in 2D Lotto?
You win a prize by playing 2D Lotto in either Straight (Standard) Play or Rambolito Play.
In Straight Play, you mark two (2) numbers, one for each column consisting of numbers 1 to 31.
If your number combination matches the 2D winning numbers in exact order, you win PhP 4,000.
The Standard/Straight Play is the default play unless you select Rambolito option in the play slip.
In Rambolito Play, you still win a prize regardless if your marked combination does not match the winning numbers in exact order. The downside is, the prize in Rambolito Play is much smaller than in the Straight Play.
With Rambolito Play, you win PhP 2,000 if your combination matches the 2D results in any order.
What are the draws to be held by PCSO today, September 26, 2022?
The following are the PCSO games scheduled for today: 2D Lotto (EZ2), 3D Lotto (Swertres), STL, 4D Lotto, Mega Lotto 6/45, and Grand Lotto 6/55.
Check the new PCSO lotto schedule here.
Where can I find the most recent 2D results today?
I changed my mind, can I ask for a refund?
You cannot cancel, void or refund a 2D Lotto ticket once it is accepted by the system. Players have the sole responsibility of checking the accuracy of the data printed on the 2D Lotto ticket such as the number combination, bet type and amount of bet.
Hence, you need to thoroughly check all the numbers and options you selected before you give the bet slip to the teller.
Where do I see previous 2D results summary?
You can find the complete summary of results for past the 30 days at our 2D result history page.
How many Advance Draws can I play in 2D Lotto?
You can play up to 6 draws in advance. To play in advance, just pick your preferred number of advanced plays in the DRAW section of the play slip. Your 2D Lotto entry will then be played repeatedly according to the number of draws you chose.
For example, if you selected 6 Draws, your chosen 2D Lotto entry will be valid for the subsequent six (6) 2D Lotto draws.
Are 2D Lotto Prizes Tax-free?
2D Lotto winnings are not subject to the 20% tax mandated by the TRAIN Act because the highest 2D Lotto winning is only PhP 4,000.
Only winnings exceeding PhP 10,000 are subject to 20% tax.
Do I win anything if I get all the 2D winning numbers but NOT in exact order?
You win PhP 2,000 but only if you selected the Rambolito option.
You do not win anything in Standard or Straight Play in case your 2D number combination does not match the winning numbers in exact order.
How do I claim my 2D Lotto Prize?
Are you one of today’s 2D Lotto winners? Congratulations!
To claim 2D Lotto prizes below PhP 5,000, go to the nearest authorized lotto outlet or nearest PCSO branch and present your winning ticket.
Lotto prizes above PhP 5,000 but not exceeding PhP 20,000 can be claimed at any PCSO branch office.
Lotto winnings above PhP 20,000 can only be claimed at the PCSO head office located at 605 Conservatory Bldg., Shaw Blvd. corner Priceton St., Mandaluyong City.
Visit this page for a more complete procedure on how to claim your Lotto prize.
PCSO Official Announcements & Press Releases
February 10, 2021– PCSO reminds the public to not to patronize persons and entities claiming to be part of PCSO and enticing them to purchase lotto tickets online using their platform. To date, the agency has no online betting platform yet whether through an app, text or calls.
January 6, 2021– PCSO resumes its 4-Digit and 6-Digit Lotto draws.
July 20, 2020– PCSO annouced the resumption of its lotto operations starting August 4, 2020 after months-long suspension due to COVID-19 pandemic.
July 18, 2020– PCSO reverts to the original ticket prices of its all major lotto games. Ticket prices were previously increased to PhP 24 following the implementation of the TRAIN Act.
Get more news and other press statements from the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office on our Lotto News page.
PCSO Medical/Financial Assistance Program
Those who are in need of financial assistance for their hospital confinement, chemotherapy, dialysis or medicine expenses can now apply for PCSO’s Individual Medical Assistance Program (IMAP).
Applicants can download the application form through this PCSO article.
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