Taiwan's uniform-invoice prize winning numbers for January and February, 2018 announced

This issue has a total of five sixth prize winning numbers

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The uniform-invoice NT$10 million special prize winning number for July and August 2017 is 33612092. Are you a lucky winner?

The uniform-invoice NT$10 million special prize winning number for July and August 2017 is 33612092. Are you a lucky winner?

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - Taiwan's Ministry of Finance (MOF) announced Sunday the winning numbers for the January-February, 2018 uniform-invoice issue, with the NT$10 million special prize winning number being 21735266. Are you a lucky winner?

Special Prize

21735266

NT$10 million for matching all the digits from the above special prize winning number.

Grand Prize

91874254

NT$2 million for matching all the digits from the above grand prize winning number.

First Prize

56065209, 05739340, 69001612

NT$200,000 for matching all the digits from any of the above first prize winning numbers.

Second Prize

NT$40,000 for matching the last seven digits from any of the first prize winning numbers.

Third Prize

NT$10,000 for matching the last six digits from any of the first prize winning numbers.

Fourth Prize

NT$4,000 for matching the last five digits from any of the first prize winning numbers.

Fifth Prize

NT$1,000 for matching the last four digits from any of the first prize winning numbers.

Sixth Prize

NT$200 for matching the last three digits from any of the first prize winning numbers.

Additional
Sixth Prize

591, 342

NT$200 for matching the last three digits of the Additional Sixth Prize winning number.

Regulations for
Prize Money
Claims

  1. In order to receive the prize money, a winner must fill out the form on the back of the uniform invoice and present this with his or her ID card at any post office between April 6, 2018 and July 5, 2018., or get equivalent merchandise from convenient stores across the country at a slightly shorter period than the earlier stated period. Please check with convenient stores. A winner need not collect the prize money in person. Such person as is entrusted by a winner to collect his or her prize money should present his or her own ID card along with the winning person's ID card and the winning uniform invoice at the post office in order to receive the prize money.
  2. If the uniform invoice receipt does not indicate the amount of the sale, the winner is not qualified to collect the prize money.
  3. If the buyer shown on the uniform invoice receipt is a government agency, state-run enterprise, public school, military unit or a business entity, t he winner is not qualified to collect the prize money.
  4. For winners of the fourth, third, second, first, grand or special prize, 20% withholding tax is levied on the prize.
  5. Each invoice may win only one prize.
  6. For more details, please check the Uniform Invoice Award Regulations.
  7. If a winner has any questions about claiming the prize money, please call the Service Line: (02)2396-1651.

For winners of the special, grand, first, second, third and fourth prize, a 20 percent withholding tax is levied on the prize.

In order to claim the prize money of this issue, a winner must fill out the form on the back of the winning uniform invoice and present it with his or her ID card at any post office across the country between April 6, 2018 and July 5, 2018, the MOF said. NT$200 winners can also present their winning invoices to any of convenient stores around Taiwan, where they can either add the value to their payment cards or purchase merchandise of the equivalent value, but the value must not be less than NT$200 as no change will be given back.

The uniform-invoice lottery, better known as the Taiwan receipt lottery, is a form of state lottery managed by the MOF. The lottery, designed to boost tax revenues, was introduced on Jan. 1, 1951. The lottery has successfully encouraged locals to obtain receipts for every purchase made with businesses with a certain amount of monthly turnover. Foreign winners are also eligible to claim the prizes.