How to Play 4 Digit Game lotto

Standard Play

Mark one (1) number from 0 to 9 on each of the 4 columns on the 4 Digit play slip or tell your 4-Digit number combination to the Lotto operator. You can also use the Lucky Pick (LP), if you don’t have any 4-number combination in mind.

Mark the desired play amount on the AMT column. You may also mark several amounts on the AMT panel, i.e. if you want to play Php130.00, you may mark Php100.00 and Php30.00 in the AMT column.

Give the play slip to the Lotto operator for validation.

Pay the ticket cost. The cost may vary based on the play amount marked. Minimum play amount is Php10.00 per 4-number combination.

Get your ticket. Your ticket is the official 4-Digit receipt not play slip.

Remember: take proper care of your ticket. No-Ticket-No-Prize.

Only one (1) set of four 4-Digit number combination will be drawn. If you get the 4-number combination drawn in exact order, you will win the first prize which has a minimum guaranteed amount (MGA) of Php10,000.00 per Php10.00 play..

If you match the last 3 digits of the numbers drawn in exact order, you win Php800.00.

If you match the last 2 digits of the numbers drawn in exact order, you win Php100.00.

The bigger the amount you play, the bigger the prize you win!

Prize Category How to Win (in exact order) Prizes (per Php10.00 Play)
1st Prize 1 2 3 4 Minimum Guaranteed Amount (MGA) of Php10,000.00
2nd Prize 2 3 4 P 800.00
3rd Prize 3 4 P 100.00

System Play

Perm or “Rambol”

Mark the perm or “rambol” box on your play slip. You can also tell the Lotto operator if you want to play the perm or “rambol”.

Select your 4-number combination. Here is the perm or “rambol” selection that you can play:

Selection No. of Combination Amount
4 different digits 24 P 240.00
2 different and 1 pair of the same digits 12 P 120.00
2 different pairs of the same digits 6 P 60.00
3 digits of the same and one different 4 P 40.00

Roll 1

Marking the ROLL 1 box means the first digit ranges from 0 to 9 is to be generated by the central system to complement the selected last 3 digits, thereby creating 10 sets of numbers the bet amount marked is to be the value for each set of numbers.

Roll 4

Marking the ROLL4 box is similar to Roll 1 play except the central system is to generate the last digit ranges from 0 to 9 to compliment the selected first 3 digits.