PCSO Official Swertres 3D Lotto Results Today
Check here for the official Swertres Lotto results today for the 2PM, 5PM, and 9PM draws!
The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) announces today’s official Swertres lotto results. The Swertres 3D Lotto draws are held every day and broadcast live on PTV4 and on PCSO’s social media channels. It is drawn three (3) times a day, at 2PM, 5PM, and 9PM.
The official PCSO Swertres 3D Lotto results and winning numbers for today are the following;
|🗓️ Draw Date||March 27, 2023|
|☀️ 2PM Result||- - -|
|🌕 5PM Result||- - -|
|⭐ 9PM Result||- - -|
If you’ve missed the Swertres result yesterday, do not worry, we save it for you.
You can easily check out yesterday’s winning Swertres numbers by clicking on the date above.
Swertres Angle Guide
Predicting the winning Swertres numbers for the next draws is possible if you have a Swertres angle guide. A Swertres angle guide can help you find the exact angle or pattern based on the previous Swertres results.
The Swertres angle analysis is a trick most Swertres winners are using to play and win the Swertres 3D lotto game. Make sure you have the best Swertres angle guide if you want to win like them.
Click here to learn how to use the Swertres Angle Guide.
Swertres Hearing & Probables
Computing the Swertres numbers and probables is not as simple as you might think. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication in order to come up with a sure-win Swertres number using an angle guide or any other method.
That is why we are doing it for you. From time to time, we will be giving away Swertres hearing numbers. You can choose to use our hearing numbers to play or make it a guide.
We do not guarantee a Swertres sure ball win with these numbers. But we promise we did our best to get these hearing numbers.
Swertres Results History
Looking back at the Swertres result history is another way to get a Swertres number. It will be a long process, but studying the Swertres result summary is a useful trick to get a win.
You can view the Swertres results history and summary by year, by month, or by week.
Questions & Answers
We have answered below some of the frequently asked questions about the Swertres 3D Lotto.
What is Swertres?
Swertres, or 3D Lotto, is one of PCSO’s fixed-prize games. Swertres is the most popular lottery game in the Philippines, with millions of players across the country every day.
How to Play Swertres?
Playing the Swertres 3D Lotto is easy. Simply select one number (from 0 to 9) from each column for a total of three digits, or mark the LP (Lucky Pick) box and let the terminal randomly pick your number.
You can also directly tell the cashier what your Swertres number is.
How Much is Swertres Lotto Ticket?
The cost per Swertres lotto ticket is 10 pesos. You can buy as many tickets as you want with different number combinations or with just one (1) number.
How to Win the Swertres Lotto Everyday?
To win the Swertres lotto, your Swertres ticket number must match the winning results for the draw you played. It can be in Rambolito or exact order.
How to Compute Swertres Probables?
There are many ways to compute Swertres’ probable numbers. The most popular one is using a Swertres angle guide.
Other ways include the calendar method, the calculator method, and the birthday or anniversary code.
How Much Can You Win in Swertres?
The Swertres jackpot prize is 4,500 pesos. This is the prize you can win for every 10 pesos you play.
If you played 100 pesos, you would win 45,000 pesos.
How to Claim Swertres Prizes?
Swertres winners can claim their prizes by presenting their valid winning Swertres 3D Lotto tickets or tickets to any authorized lotto outlet in their area.
Where to Claim Swertres Prizes?
Winnings of 10,000 pesos and below can be claimed at any authorized lotto outlet. If you win more than 10,000 pesos up to 500,000 pesos, you can claim it at any PCSO Branch Office near your area.
Winnings above 500,000 pesos should be claimed at the PCSO Main Office, located at the 2nd Floor, Sun Plaza Building, 1507 Prince Town Street, corner Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City, 1552.