$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!

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

  1. Tammy G says:

    first of all if I were to win $5000 a week for life . I would make sure a I would pick 2 families from church to help them out with food and shelter for their children and their bills paid. Everyone could use help in today’s economy today and what a blessing it would be to bless others. I would just be so happy to pay my own bills on time for once in my life. I would still live ordinary and humble just because the Christ in me would want me to Love thy Neighbor as God has love and blessed me with that kind of fortune.

  2. Teresa Lee says:

    If i could win the big $5,000 awk, I’d share my money for so many group: Vertrans, homeless. pets, to fight dieases for chidren.elderly.. Pay off my mortgage & car payments, build a garge, give $ toward the CHURCH,buy my grave plot and plans for when i pass on so my kids don’t have to worry about anything. Help[ out my parents who have helped me so much get a new start on life after divorces. I just want to share what i got w/ others in need!!

  3. Ginger Mckinney says:

    Well, if I won $5000.00 A week for life this is what I would do…like anybody else I would pay off my bills and then I would by a modest house nothing outlandish. I would however treat myself to a new car because I have never had one don’t have one now but the ones I did own were used and could only last for so long, but again it would be new but nothing expensively crazy, the next thing I would do is help the people who have helped me none of which are family, my parents live 6 mintues from me and could care less if I was alive or dead, sad but true, I have never been on drugs or had any problems like that I started working at the age of 15 and started taking care of myself at 19 so I have always worked and will continue to do so until I can’t, I would not give money to a church because I don’t go to any and besides the one time I did ask a church for help they turned me down because I was not a member, they also have turned down several others who were despertialy in need of food and other resources I am not saying all churches I just personally know of a few, I would rather walk to the door of a total stranger and bless them myself than give to a church, one other thing I would make sure to do is to set up A completly free non-profit organization that would help people who are eldery, disabled, and on ssi incomes that strugle every month with the choice between shelter, meds, and food. They should not be in A postion to have to choose every month of how to survive for the next 30 days, I would have big businesses and corps all the way down to our communitys to donate, I would start with my own money and free time to help with this and hopefully pass it on to the other states not just mine, I am poor like most people today, I have worked, starved, struggled, cryed, begged, and smilled from time to time as bad as I have had it at times in my own life I always remind myself there is someone out there having to deal with alot worse, even though I don’t have nothing now but my health and the grace of god I still help others as much as I can….I know that I will probably not win this or any other lottery in my life ( it’s nice to take time and dream,,and dreams are free) but I hope the one person that does will be blessed and find a way to bless others…..

  4. John Cooper says:

    Money sure would make life easier. First, put money away for the grand kids education.
    I need another car, not a new one, just one that isn’t 11 years old. Then put some money away for the wife and I to attend some of our Navy Reunions, I was an electrician aboard the USS Ashland LSD-1.
    Now I’m a busy Mason and Shriner CLOWN, so some of the money will go to the Shriner’s Hospitals, some to my Masonic Lodge, and some to my church, they need repairs on an old buidling. Thr Red Cross is high on my list. I’m a 22 GALLON DONOR, and have worked on many mobiles over the past 52 years.
    And there is always someone knocking on my door, looking for a donation for something.
    It would be money shared, and well spent. TNX

  5. Tempthia Battle says:

    Winning would give much relief to my current retirement living standards. Iworked for more than 30 years coordinating rehabilative prison programs. I NOW VOLUNTEER AS a Health Advocate for many New England towns/cities. This winning would give me more opportunities to fulfill y mission for justice.

  6. Brandon schuster says:

    Im 18 and my family is on disability also and we doont have much of an income at all. Theres never any food in my house and we have 4 people that starve everyday. My family could surely use thos to get out of this huge gully we call life. Nothing ever seems to go our way but i hope that all changes sooon

  7. Willie Lyons says:

    I’m expecting the Prize Patrol Team any day now! Its so exciting just to think about it! When Mr. Todd ask me “What Are You Going To Do With All Your Winnings?” I going to tell him.”I’m Not Telling No One. And Can they drop me off at my bank?” Me clinching onto my string of ballons,while holding onto my bottle of champane. Smiling at my $5,000.00 a week for life checks!!!!! Its amazing- enjoy the rest of your day Wlyons Racine Wisconsin

  8. DeAndrea Walls says:

    I would love to win the money to help my fiance pay for our wedding in May 2012. We would also use the money to pay off bills & purchase our 1st home, ( one in particular for 132K ) donate to several churches and help out others facing money problems.

  9. Doris Craig says:

    Some help with cancer treatments would be very appreciated. Thanks, Doris

  10. Gailard Nelson says:

    sure could use this money as we are older folks and are having hard time still working.

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