EZ2 RESULT March 23, 2022 – Here is the complete and official result of 2D EZ2 Lotto for Wednesday, March 23, 2022. See the EZ2 result today during the actual draw.
(in exact order)
The up-to-date results above are announced by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) at 2pm, 5pm and 9pm today.
Please remember that EZ2 Lotto is currently branded as 2D Lotto. The result above is the same as the 2D result for March 23, 2022. Reload this page for the updated results or go here for EZ2 Result History or here for other lotto result today.
EZ2 Lotto prizes are PhP 4,000 for Straight Play and PhP 2,000 for Rambolito Play. The odds of getting these prizes are 1 in 961 and 1 in 465, respectively. This means that bettors are more likely to win in EZ2 Lotto compared to other PCSO game offerings, making it one of most popular games conducted by PCSO since its introduction in 2004. EZ2 Lotto is currently branded as 2D Lotto.
PCSO conducts 2D EZ2 Lotto draws daily at 2:00 PM, 5:00 PM and 9:00 PM except during major holidays when draws are usually postponed.
PCSO also operates multi-million peso games in the country. View the 6/58 Lotto Result, 6/55 Lotto Result, 6/49 Lotto Result, 6/45 Lotto Result and 6/42 Lotto Result as well as the minor games including EZ2 Result (2D Result), Swertres Result (3D Result), 4D Result, 6D Result and STL Result.
EZ2 Result Today – 2PM, 5PM, and 9PM Live Update
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(Video to be uploaded after draw)
EZ2 Hearing Today – Probables, Hot Numbers and Predictions
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EZ2 hot numbers, hearing and probables are generally posted there by community members for entertainment and reference purposes.
Remember: Nobody can foretell the winning combination of any lotto game. Do not entertain those persons offering EZ2 ‘winning numbers’ in exchange of money, cellular phone load or personal information.
EZ2 Result Yesterday and other Past PCSO EZ2 Results
The following table shows the EZ2 result yesterday, March 22, 2022 together with the results for the past seven days.
|2D EZ2 Draw Date||2:00 PM||5:00 PM||9:00 PM|
|November 11, 2022||16-18||19-02||15-25|
|November 10, 2022||03-10||09-26||06-18|
|November 9, 2022||03-28||18-26||16-10|
|November 8, 2022||15-01||08-24||16-07|
|November 7, 2022||15-30||05-08||27-25|
|November 6, 2022||02-21||23-24||30-11|
|November 5, 2022||11-10||11-12||20-08|
|November 4, 2022||29-13||28-05||18-24|
Note: The list above is modified on a daily basis and should show the most recent daily 2D EZ2 results past this article’s posting time.
Our 2D EZ2 Result History section also shows a comprehensive compilation of previous EZ2 winning numbers announced by PCSO.
How to Play EZ2 Lotto
These are the detailed instructions when playing the EZ2 Lotto:
- Mark two (2) numbers between 1 to 31, one from each column. These digits will be your EZ2 combination.
- Mark the Lucky Pick (LP) option in case you have no combination in mind. This option lets the terminal to randomly generate the number combination for you.
- Mark Rambolito if you want the Rambolito System Play. With this option, the computer automatically computes and generates all the possible combinations for the digits you chose.
- Mark your bet amount in the AMT section.
- Choose the number of draws you want to play in the Draw panel.
- Give your bet slip and payment to the cashier and get your generated ticket once printed.
- Check the EZ2 result right after the scheduled draw to verify if your ticket matches the winning number combination.
EZ2 ticket costs PhP 12 per number combination. This amount is inclusive of 20% Documentary Stamp Tax (DST).
Once done placing your bet, affix your signature at the back of your EZ2 ticket. Store it in a secure and dry place.
Do not iron, fold, soak in water or write anything on your EZ2 ticket except the portion designated for your signature. Tickets need to be validated by the machine when claiming prizes.
Please remember that you must be at least 18 years old to play and claim 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 Rules to be Observed when Playing EZ2 Lotto
Amidst this pandemic, PCSO imposed the following rules in all lotto outlets in the country.
- Always wear your face mask. Players without face mask will not be allowed to purchase EZ2 tickets.
- Follow physical distancing at all times while in the outlet.
- Use your own ball pen when placing bets.
- Use the tray provided when handing out your play slip and payment.
- Use the hand sanitizer, alcohols or disinfectant provided before you leave the outlet.
- Throw away your used bet card and old tickets into the garbage bin.
EZ2 Prizes for Rambolito and Standard/Straight Plays
EZ2 is one of PCSO’s popular fixed-prize game. PCSO uses the following prize structure for EZ2 Lotto:
In Standard or Straight Play, a bettor receives PhP 4,000 if he matches the two winning numbers in exact order.
In Rambolito play, the player receives PhP 2,000 in case he gets the two winning numbers in any order.
For more information on EZ2 prizes, refer to the payout table below:
|EZ2 Lotto Play||Match||Prize|
|Standard (Straight)||2 numbers in exact order||PhP 4,000|
|Rambolito||2 numbers in any order||PhP 2,000|
Bettors can take home up to 4,000 pesos for every 12 peso play in case their number matches the EZ2 Lotto Result annouced by PCSO.
Latest Jackpot Prize of Major PCSO Draws
As of today, March 23, 2022, these are the up-to-date jackpot prize of the major lotto draws of PCSO.
|Lotto Draw||Latest Winning Numbers||Jackpot Estimate|
|Ultra Lotto 6/58||18-35-50-46-19-45||Php 214.3 Million|
|Grand Lotto 6/55||40-03-34-37-19-15||Php 29.7 Million|
|Super Lotto 6/49||37-34-14-45-30-31||Php 21.3 Million|
|Mega Lotto 6/45||08-21-26-02-41-01||Php 10.9 Million|
|National Lotto 6/42||31-32-08-25-29-14||Php 15.3 Million|
Note: We regularly update the list above after the article is posted to show the most recent daily jackpot prizes.
EZ2 FAQs – Important Information about your Favorite PCSO game
How do I win a prize in EZ2 Lotto?
You win a prize by playing EZ2 in either Straight (Standard) Play or Rambolito Play.
In Straight Play, you choose two (2) digits, one for each column consisting of numbers 1 to 31.
If your entry matches the EZ2 winning numbers in exact order, you win PhP 4,000.
The Standard/Straight Play is the default play unless you select Rambolito option in your play slip.
In Rambolito Play, you still receive a prize regardless if your marked combination does not match the winning numbers in exact order. However, the prize in Rambolito Play is much less than in the Straight Play.
With Rambolito Play, you win PhP 2,000 if your combination matches the EZ2 results in any order.
What are the PCSO lotto draws for today, March 23, 2022?
These are the PCSO draws 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.
What are the odds of winning a prize in EZ2 Lotto?
In EZ2 Lotto Standard Play, the chances of getting the three winning numbers in exact order is 1 in 961 while the chances of winning in EZ2 Rambolito Play is 1 in 465.
When are EZ2 draws held?
PCSO airs EZ2 Lotto draws daily at 2:00 PM, 5:00 PM and 9:00 PM at the PCSO draw court in Mandaluyong City.
Where can I find past EZ2 results compilation?
You can check the complete compilation of winning numbers for past the 30 days at our EZ2 result history page.
What happens if wrong numbers are printed in the EZ2 ticket?
EZ2 tickets, once printed, can no longer be changed. Hence, bettors are advised to verify their tickets before leaving the outlet. Players are responsible for verifying the information printed on their EZ2 tickets.
Does PCSO conduct draws during Christmas and New year?
PCSO regularly cancels its lotto draws during regular holidays such as December 25 (Christmas), January 1 (New Year), Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Black Saturday, and Easter Sunday. In other special holidays such as December 24 (Christmas Eve) and December 31 (New Year’s Eve), PCSO modifies its draw schedule in such a manner that all draws are finished early in the afternoon.
How to claim the EZ2 Lotto Prize?
If you are one of the lucky winners of EZ2 today, we recommend that you refer to the information below.
To claim EZ2 Lotto winnings below PhP 5,000, go to the nearest authorized lotto outlet or 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 prizes 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.
Go here to see how you can claim your prize.
Latest Updates and Press Statements from PCSO
February 10, 2021– PCSO warns the public against purchasing tickets from alleged PCSO employees through a supposed ‘online’ betting system. The agency said it has no such system yet in place that will support such transactions.
January 6, 2021– PCSO resumes its 4D and 6D 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 Law.
Read more updates and past 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).
Go here for step-by-step procedure in availing financial help through this program.
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