E-wallet app extends last chance to win P100-K promo

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Posted at Sep 28 2022 03:35 PM | Updated as of Sep 28 2022 03:58 PM

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It is not too late to buy load and get lucky.

E-wallet app GCash has made its last call to the public to join the Lucky Load promo, set to run until Sunday, October 2, 2022, for a chance to win up to P100,000.

Users can simply buy load to get a ticket to join the Lucky Load promo.

With this, the financial app also announced that Lucky Load is now open to all load products on the app. 

Aside from mobile or broadband load, users can now buy load for gaming credits, electronic pins for PayTV, or get uninterrupted access to streaming services in just one tap.

How to play and win

GCash extends its Lucky Load Promo until October 2, 2022. Photo source: GCash
GCash extends its Lucky Load Promo until October 2, 2022. Photo source: GCash

All users with a fully verified GCash accounts are qualified to join the Lucky Load promo. 

To join, simply buy at least 50 pesos worth of any load products on GCash to get a ticket. 

Play your tickets, located in the Lucky Load dashboard of the app, and select six icons. 

 

E-wallet app GCash extends its Lucky Load Promo. Source: Gcash FB page

Stay tuned for the weekly #LuckyMondays draw to find out if you won. The final #LuckyMondays draw will be on October 3, 2022.

Players who match at least three icons with the winning combination are eligible to win prizes. The more icons you match, the higher the pot prize, increasing the rewards you can take home. 

The lucky winner who hits all six symbols will win the entire P100,000 prize pool.

GCash has awarded 8.6 million pesos to over 1,769,723 lucky winners who joined the Lucky Load promo. You still have a chance to win. Keep loading until October 2, 2022 and you can be the next winner.

Download the GCash app from the App Store or Google Play today.

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