YOU Could Win Money Towards A Kitchen Makeover Contest With PCH!

There’s no place in the home quite like the kitchen. What other room gets the family together so well? Day in and day out we walk through this room, but do we ever really appreciate it? You certainly would if you Win A Kitchen Makeover Contest and win $25,000 to turn it into the kitchen […]

Win A Home Makeover Sweepstakes! Home Remodel Contest

If you’re in need of some remodeling for your home, but don’t have the money, enter to win Publishers Clearing House’s Home Makeover Sweepstakes!  We’ve all been there. Staring at that kitchen that hasn’t been improved since you-can’t-even-remember-when, wishing you had that new stainless steel fridge, granite counter top and double oven you’ve always wanted. […]

PCH Initials Contest: Your Initials Could Win You $100 Cash!

Hey Everyone, Did you know someone with your set of initials is definitely going to win CASH? That’s right! We are authorized to announce a winner of $100 with the same set of initials as your first and last name. How cool is that? In the PCH Initials Contest (Giveaway No. 2231), prizes of $100 […]

PCH Makes A Difference With 2013 Mutt-i-grees® PSA Contest!

PCH Prize Patrol joins “paws” with Animal League America for 2013 Mutt-i-grees® PSA Contest! Hi everyone, I’m Danielle Lam with the PCH Prize Patrol. As you may know, I have a HUGE soft spot for animals, and I know that many PCH fans do too! That’s why I’m so excited to announce that PCH is […]

Publishers Clearing House Winners of Blog Contest Revealed!

On Thursday, February 28th, when the Prize Patrol was off awarding the One Million Dollar SuperPrize, we ran an exclusive contest on the PCHblog. Anyone who left a comment on that blog post on February 28th was automatically entered to win one of three $100.00 blog prizes — just for commenting! We were thrilled to […]

What’s In A Name? The Initials Contest Explained!

Someone with YOUR initials will definitely WIN CASH! Centuries ago, William Shakespeare brought these famous words to the lips of a young, lovelorn Juliet Capulet… “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet.” In other words, you could call a rose a steamboat, a turkey, […]