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LOOK: Funny comments on Ultra Lotto draw Tuesday night

By: - Reporter / @DYGalvezINQ
/ 11:03 AM October 10, 2018

A trip to Mars and the purchase of Senator Antonio Trillanes’s life were just some of the plans of netizens should they bag the P1 billion jackpot of the Ultra Lotto 6/58.

Hopeful Filipinos flooded social media during the Tuesday night livestreaming of the Lotto draw on the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) official Facebook page.


After the draw, netizens expressed both relief and disappointment after learning that no one won the P1 billion jackpot.

Some netizens shared their plans should they win the P1 billion jackpot.


One user said: “Pag ako nanalo pupunta ako ng Mars. Iwas stress sa humihingi ng balato.”

Another one commented: “Pag ako nanalo, bibilhin ko buhay ni Trillanes. Hahaha!”

Some netizens, however, expressed dismay that they were not able to correctly guess the winning combination.

A user commented: “Sayang 120.00 ko dapat tinuloy ko na yung bibilhin kong tilapya kanina. Nagtalong tuloy kami.”

Another netizen said: Niloadan ko na lang sana si krass sa halagang 24 may pag-asa pa akong makausap siya kesa d2 huhuhu!”

Many others have posted comments including the following:


The P1 billion jackpot is still up for grabs after no one guessed the winning combination of 12-16-46-03-38-36.

However, 113 bettors bagged P158,760 each after guessing five numbers of the winning combination, according to the PCSO. /cbb

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