$5,000 a Week for Life – Where Did it Go?

For many PCHers the $5,000 a week for life big prize of 2010 is something they’ve been dreaming about. After PCH Blog readers read about the $5,000 per week for life PCH online sweepstakes opportunities, we hear countless stories of how $5,000 a week for life would solve their hardships and restore hopes and happiness

The $5,000.00 a week for life PCH sweepstakes is probably one of the most popular searches that PCHers look for, but one that may be more exciting is the $1,000,000 a Year for life sweepstakes that’s going on now. Million dollar online sweepstakes opportunities give PCHers hope to change their lives with big payouts certainly worth the free entry!

Even though the $5,000 a week for life sweepstakes is exciting, the $1 Million a Year for Life sweepstakes has also been gaining lots of praise from PCHers. One example lies on the PCHSearchandWin Fan Page, where tons of PCHers just like you are voicing out on how they would prefer to use the millions in sweepstakes money. The choices are: Go on a shopping spree, Pay off your bills, Donate to a charity, or All the above. To see what other prize choices, PCHers picked and to let us know which option you would prefer, visit the PCHSearchandWin Fan Page.

And while you’re exploring our Search&Win tab for the lifetime sweepstakes poll, spend some time telling us if you’d want to win $1 Million per year for life rather than the PCH prize of $5,000 a week for life.

Either way, PCH is ready to give away $1,000,000 a year for life on February 28th. Please don’t forget to enter our fabulous new million dollar sweepstakes before February 15th which is the last day to enter!

The “Prize” Queen


1,034 thoughts on “$5,000 a Week for Life – Where Did it Go?”

  1. Micaya Davis says:

    I would love the chance to win this because I’m in college and even though I have scholarships and grants I still have to pay off loans. Plus my mother lost her job so we’ve been struggling. This would also give me the opportunity to bless others and repay the ones who helped us out during these hard times.

  2. raymond reaves says:

    I would like to win the money because it would help me because I am now homeless and no food and no job what is a man suppose to do I have three kids and no place to go

  3. Virginia Venter says:

    I just want to Buy me a home( nothing fance just 1 in particular that’s about 140,000) and Bless others(doing that now) and sow into God’s ministry.

  4. Shirley Emerson says:

    we would love to win some money and pay off our 2nd mortgage so we can refinance our 1st because we are currently 50k+ up side down on our mortgage and can’t seem to refinance untill we pay off the 2nd. Also we would love to help out the rest of our family with their money troubles. thank you

  5. Donald J Annunziato says:

    well my door will always be open for prize patrol Don A

  6. Moises Medrano says:

    I received a letter in the mail for a scratch. I got a match of $2,5000. Does that mean I have “won” $2,5000 or… I’m in another entry to win $2,500?

    I also got a match on a ticket, with the same number matching a car… do I win the car? Or do I get enterd to a contest to win the car?

    So many contests… I love it. :)

    1. PCH Customer Service PCH Customer Service says:

      Hi Moises,

      In the case of the scratch cards, you would be entered in to win those prizes.

      Good luck!
      Chris @ PCH

  7. robert stokes says:

    THANKS FOR THE PRISE

  8. Ralph Collins says:

    Your web site says no purchase necessary but if you don’t buy something it won’t let you go any further.

    1. PCH Customer Service PCH Customer Service says:

      Hello Ralph,

      There is no purchase necessary. This sounds like technical issues. Please contact our tech support team at http://pch.custhelp.com/ap​p/home/

      Regards,
      Addison @ PCH

    2. john wallace says:

      People every where have financial problems and that includes myself I’m raising my son for eight years now, and that is while having a cancer fight for a year with no child support neither. I been trying to make ends meat these days.like I said there are so many different stories out there.

  9. Shane Sparks says:

    To win this would help my family a great deal. With medical problems and being on permanent disability. Wy wife works very hard. I couldn’t imagine how it would feel. My wife could be home with me, and we could take care of each other. Been together for 22 years now. When you think the end is near, this can give some hope that all the things you can’t do, could change.

  10. Jessica Collier says:

    I am only 14 and I did register for this sweepstakes but only because I know my mom is struggling and I just wanted to help. I recieved a letter in the mail today saying I could possibly win. Will I get in some legal trouble or something for being to young sighning up for this and I win? Please Help.!

    1. PCH Customer Service PCH Customer Service says:

      Hi Jessica,

      There are generally no age limits to enter and win a Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes. Awards to minors are held in trust until the individual has reached the age of maturity. You can check the Official Rules in our entries for each contest to determine if there is an age limit on a specific giveaway being offered.

      Regards,
      Gloria @ PCH

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