On Monday, the big stake prize for the Ultra Lotto 6/58 as of now ruptured ₱1 billion, as per Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) general supervisor Alexander Balutan. "Itong ₱1 billion bonanza prize ay napaka-noteworthy sa PCSO, lahat, lalo na 'yung mga tumataya eh energized, 'di na mapakali, at gustung-gusto na talagang manalo".

(This ₱1 billion peso prize is noteworthy to PCSO, all, especially those who bet are so excited, can't hold on, and really wanted to really win.)

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Balutan said in an official statement "whoever wins this prize will be the first-historically speaking PCSO very rich person".

He included, "alam mo sabi ko nga last time, sana maraming manalo para circulated 'yung bonanza prize lalo na itong ₱1 bilyon kasi sobrang laki niyan... nakakalula! (You know, I mentioned the last time, hopefully there will be many winners so that the jackpot prize will be circulated, especially this ₱1 billion [prize], it's so big... it's making you dizzy!)

Para marami tayong mapaligaya. At habang papalaki ng papalaki ang laman ng bonanza, lumalaki din ang deals natin sa Ultra Lotto. Napalaking tulong ito sa ating Charity Fund. Sana may masuwertehan na talaga" (So that we can make a lot of people happy. And while the jackpot prize is growing, the sales [on tickets] for Ultra Lotto goes up as well. It's a huge help to our Charity Fund. Hopefully there will be really a lucky one [soon]).

On Sunday, the PCSO said there were still no right figure mixes to win the record big stake prize of ₱954,503,164.

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The right numbers were 45, 21, 02, 30, 07, and 10, in any blend. Balutan said even nonnatives can win the big stake prize as long as they are somewhere around 18 years of age and the petitioner has the triumphant ticket.

As per PCSO, the greatest big stake recorded in the historical backdrop of the organization was the ₱741 million big stake in the Grand Lotto 6/55, which was won by a solitary bettor from Olongapo City, Zambales in 2010.

Balutan reminded bettors to put down their wagers at the latest the draw, which is each Tuesday, Friday and Sunday, including that they should keep their tickets in a sheltered place.

Balutan said "on the off chance that by some stroke of good fortune, you extremely won the big stake, the champ needs to bring two substantial recognizable pieces of proof cards. Demonstrate the triumphant ticket to the prize case segment of the Accounting and Budget Department".

The PCSO boss additionally guaranteed the general population that everybody has a reasonable possibility of winning the lottery diversion. Balutan said "the office has a strict execution with regards to draw strategies, profiting or wagers are truly there. Whoever holds the triumphant ticket is the champ".

He included "So sign your triumphant lottery ticket promptly and avoid potential risk.

On the off chance that you can take a photograph and video of yourself with the triumphant ticket, do it. However, don't post it openly for security reasons.

Isipin mo ang iyong seguridad at ng iyong pamilya (think about your security and your family)". Rewards surpassing ₱10,000 will be liable to a 20 percent charge.