Did You Receive A PCH.com/Urgent Post Card In the Mail?

As a loyal PCH customer, you likely receive many opportunities to enter the famous Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes in the mail. In the next few weeks, some of you may also receive a special post-card which asks you to visit the website URL www.pch.com/urgent.  A short authorization code is also included on the post card which you can use to enter the “Fast 50” Sweepstakes – where 50 people will win cash prizes. That’s a lot of prizes to go around!

If you receive one of these post cards, make sure to enter www.pch.com/urgent into your web browser or just click on the link above. It’s easy to enter!

If you didn’t receive the post-card, don’t worry – there are plenty of other amazing opportunities to enter our famous sweepstakes. For starters you can head over to Publishers Clearing House and enter for our $10 Million SuperPrize. Or head over to PCHlotto.com where you can test your number picking luck on some free Lotto cards and enter to win $5,000 A Week for Life at the same time! You can also visit PCHgames to play free online games and collect tokens to use to enter sweepstakes for free.  The list of awesome winning opportunities from Publishers Clearing House goes on and on.

If you’re a Facebook user, make sure to visit the official Publishers Clearing House fan page where you can enter to win $1,000.00 available to fans only! You can find the page by clicking here or typing http://facebook.com/pch into your browser. Plus, as a fan, you’ll get updates on Publishers Clearing House promotions and be able to chat with other sweepstakes enthusiasts.

Regards,

Frank @ PCH


402 thoughts on “Did You Receive A PCH.com/Urgent Post Card In the Mail?”

  1. bernard peck says:

    hope to win have 4 grandkids in colledge

  2. ANDRELLIA E. ALLEN/MADDEN says:

    hOPE TO SEE YOU AT MY DOOR I WOULD LOVE TO BE YOUR NEXT WINNER

  3. SAMUEL JOHNSON says:

    THANK FOR GIVEING ME A CHANES .

  4. no i did get the post card in the even if i enter on line every day i still would like a post card .thank you john one more thing if me and my wife win our hole family wins and people that we dont no will get some help .also i would send a truck load of toys cames and more to the children hospital just like to help GOD.

    1. Victoria At PCH Victoria At PCH says:

      Hi John,

      If you’d like to be added to our mailing list, please call our toll-free number 1-800-645-9242 and listen to the option that says “To be added to our mailing list.”

      I hope this helps,
      Victoria At PCH

  5. cindy rumper says:

    cindy say,s hello to all and good luck. i hope i can win i sure could use the money were so broke, always a negative in the bank but we got to eat.

    1. D. Clark says:

      Ms. Cindy,

      I know how you feel, since my husband had his stroke last year and I had my heart attack, We have been just like you, it seems you can’t get ahead when you are on Social Security and unable to work. I would love to beable to work to get money to pay bills, thats why I enter to win, hoping to win some money just to pay off my two major bills and be able to finally see a postive instead of a negative.

  6. angie frontera says:

    i have played for years but no luck i would love to be a winner if i still get a chance

  7. Donald W. Ward says:

    My Wife and I have played for many years, and have never won anything.Sadly I lost my wife on Feb5th of this year.I am only playing now out of respect for her.At this time I will not be buying any more magazines,or any thing else for that matter.This may change in the future,but at this writing I cannot see that far into the future. A big win would not even help.sincerly a very sad old man,D.W.

    1. PCH Customer Service PCH Customer Service says:

      Hi Donald,

      Please accept our sincerest condolences for your loss. We wish you the best of luck.

      Best wishes,
      Rebecca @ PCH

  8. ANn frontera says:

    i played years= no luckt i

  9. James C. New says:

    I do not have a computer and have to use the library computer

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