The PCH $10 Million Dream Sweepstakes

What do you dream of doing if you won the $10 Million SuperPrize from Publishers Clearing House? We asked some folks and here’s what they said.

“If I won I would first make sure all my debts were paid and then I’d give some money to everyone in my immediate family to help them out. I would then take some time off work and go visit friends and family all over the U.S., and travel to a few countries that I have always wanted to go to. Finally, I would buy a house and a new car and save some money for the future.”

– Susan M.

“I would take a yoga retreat for one to two months. I’d buy a second home and start preparing for retirement.”

– Cookie V.

“I would start a foundation that helps people who are really in need. I would also go on vacations and enjoy all of Mother Nature’s blessings!”

– Constantinos M.

“I’d give to the following:

$150,000 to disabled veterans

$250,000 to local animal shelters

$250,000 to the local Children’s Hospital to make the children’s stay nicer – toys, games, books and a parents’ comfort zone

$250,000 to fund research for diabetes, multiple sclerosis and breast cancer

$100,000 to the police widows’ fund

Plus, I would start building our home in North Carolina and then pay my parents’, brothers’ and sister’s mortgages off. I would set up college funds for my children, niece and nephew. Then I’d take my family and friends on a vacation, because we all deserve a little fun! If there’s any left over, I’d really like to have someone come in and clean once a month!”

– Jacquie R.

Tell us your Ten Million Dollar Sweepstakes Dream! Enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes and maybe it will come true!

Good Luck!

Brenna S.

PCH Prize Patrol Deputy


1,016 thoughts on “The PCH $10 Million Dream Sweepstakes”

  1. Carla M Antee says:

    Thanks Dave Sayer

  2. Dante Wright says:

    Thanks Dave Sayer For That Positive Quote “Never Give Up” Amen

  3. Dante Wright says:

    Ready To Win From #4900 Publishers Clearing House Amen

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