2D EZ2 Lotto Results Today · February 5, 2023, Sunday
February 5, 2023 · Sunday — The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) is announcing the official draw results for the 2D EZ2 Lotto during the 2pm & 5pm afternoon draws, and the 9pm evening draw.
Also being drawn on this day are the 3D Swertres Lotto, 6/49 Super Lotto, and 6/58 Ultra Lotto games. The latest aggregated results of all games are available here.
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The previous winning combinations are 15-09, 10-24, and 24-17 which were drawn yesterday (February 4, 2023). See also the complete list of previous draw results for the year 2023.
Draw Results for Other Lotto Games
- 3D Swertres Lotto Results - February 5, 2023 (2pm, 5pm, 9pm)
- 6/49 Super Lotto Results - February 5, 2023 (9pm)
- 6/58 Ultra Lotto Results - February 5, 2023 (9pm)
How to play the 2D EZ2 Lotto?
Select a number from one (1) to thirty-one (31) on each of the two (2) columns of your ticket. Wait for the next official draw. If it matches the winning combination, in exact order, then you win the jackpot prize!
You may also play the Lucky Pick (LP) and the system will randomly choose the numbers for your 2D EZ2 Lotto ticket.
How much is the 2D EZ2 Lotto ticket?
The 2D EZ2 Lotto ticket costs ten pesos (₱10.00) per play. And you can play the same numbers for up to six (6) consecutive draws. So the total amount is computed as — cost per play × number of draws.
What is the 2D EZ2 Lotto draw schedule?
The 2D EZ2 Lotto is drawn three (3) times every day, at 2pm & 5pm in the afternoon, and 9pm in the evening.
During national holidays, emergencies, and other special events, the PCSO will announce if there will be no draws and when it will resume.
Where to claim the 2D Lotto prizes?
The place where you may claim your winnings depends on how big is the prize amount that you won. Please note that prizes above > ₱10,000.00 are subjected to the TRAIN law.
- For small prizes amounting up to ≤ ₱10,000.00, you may claim it at any of the PCSO authorized lotto outlets.
- For prizes amounting from ≥ ₱10,001.00 up to ≤ ₱300,000.00, you may claim it at the PCSO Branches in your area.
- For prizes bigger than ≥ ₱300,001.00 up to the jackpot prize, you may only claim it at the PCSO Head Office in Mandaluyong City.
General Reminders from PCSO
Ticket selling and prize claiming will not be allowed on areas under Alert Level 5 as categorized by the IATF. For alert levels 1 to 4 - Lotto, Keno, STL, and Scratch-It games are allowed.
Always practice social distancing and properly wear facemask at the lotto outlets. Remember: No Facemask, No Ticket. It is also advisable to bring your own ballpen for marking your lotto tickets.