Special Early Look at the Publishers Clearing House “Forever” Prize


Wouldn’t be great if you never had any trouble meeting all the monthly bills? And if you could even afford some of life’s little (or not so little) luxuries? How about if you were even able to leave a legacy behind to make someone else’s life a little easier, too?

Well, you could do all those things (and more!) if you win the Publishers Clearing House “Forever” Prize on February 28th.

If you are the $5,000 a week “Forever” winner, you would receive checks for $5,000 a week for your life, then after that, a beneficiary of your choice would continue to receive checks for $5,000 a week for the rest of their life.

But remember, our February 28th prize event is what we call a “Special Early Look” . That means that once the winning number is randomly selected, PCH officials will check to see if there was a matching winning prize number. If there is, Publishers Clearing House will award $5,000 a week “Forever” for the SECOND time! If there is no matching winning number, PCH will hold a Second Chance Drawing and $1,000,000 (yes, ONE MILLION DOLLARS!) will definitely be awarded!

WOW — $5,000 a week “Forever” or $1,000,000 – both are HUGE prizes that would surely change your life forever. Can you imagine how it would feel to answer a knock at your door on February 28th and find Dave Sayer, Todd Sloane and Danielle Lam of the Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol standing there with a Big Check that has your name on it?

It could happen to you, but first you have to enter! The “Special Early Look” is just weeks away! Don’t wait forever! Enter right now and you could win big on February 28th!

Good luck!

Kate M.

P.S. Remember, there are so many ways to enter to win the Publishers Clearing House “Forever” prize! Check out this blog for a complete list!

1,256 thoughts on “Special Early Look at the Publishers Clearing House “Forever” Prize”

  1. tiffany king says:

    try and try again never win

  2. Sherry Golike says:

    I would love to be able to buy my family our first house, and my daughter a new car, because she was in an accident (not her fault) while trying to help provide for her family, and her car was totalled. I would love to set up a college fund for my youngest son that I adopted, and I would love to be able to finish my degree.
    Thank you PCH in advance, because I believe.

  3. chris dessellier says:

    i can only hope i win and i need to enter every day.

  4. Ebony Morales says:

    I will be so pleased to be the winner and I am on the lookout because i know its other people going for the same thing i just pray that i’m a winner tho it will be a most exciting, amazing, blessed, and joyful time of my life and my two kids.

  5. michael a centrella says:

    I HAVE NEVER WON A CONTEST IN ALL MY YEARS PLAYING AND i WOULD REALLY LOVE TO WIN THIS ONE AS i HAVE A Gran Son that will need special care for the rest of his life and his father my son works very hard to keep their heads above water and winning this contest would make life a little easier for them and insure tha my Gran Son will always have the care he needs, as he was born 5 months premature and spent his first 5 months in the hospital and has gone through 6 operations and still need another one, I call him a merical baby as he has such a strong desire for life and he’s so prescious.
    A worried Gran Father.

    1. Follow God’s way I’m sure he’ll give you your hearts desires all you would have to do is ask Him I pray he hears for your grandsons health God bless.

  6. Diana Gauthier says:

    I believe, I believe

  7. Funny how I keep seeing the PCH commercials all over TV.
    I think I am the only one in my house that enters. Thats ok, money for me!
    I would still use the money for a good cause though. Guess all I have left is imagining what I would do with the money… Sigh…

  8. Tania LoNero says:

    Here is hoping for one of the two! I would love to be able to leave a legacy for my daughter. But I am not picky I would take the million too, or even 100,000.00 Just something to take the stress off.

  9. Tammy Binger says:


  10. allen choy says:

    It would feel like a new life with lessons in life already learned and the feeling of what I worked for my whole life to Protect and Leave my Legacy was returned back to me. It would allow me to protect the future of myself and my Grandchildren. The hard question would be, in the same case as a game of chance, which Grandchild would be best to leave the Legacy of Protection with to protect the rest of the Grandchildren. Could one run wild some day and not take care of the other ones even though they are the brightest, greatest, and goodnatured children today…Life happens and how do you plan to protect for any and every potential adverse situation that could arise? It would be a tough decision that you would have to think through and plan. Life deals a lot of unfair cards that you can see or could have planned for in hindsight, but they have not invented a time machine to look into that…at least not yet, but who knows. I remember playing pong as a child because it was all that was invented. I also remember using the first cellular phone back in 1980 that was about 16 inches tall and had a battery the size of two cubes of butter that clicked on the bottom and you could only talk one way like a walkie talkie. When they first said they were going to come out with a cellular phone that you could talk both ways like a real phone I thought it was impossible but… Look where we are today, WOW is all I can say and whats next. I remember using Displaywriter as a computer for word processing with floppy discs and that was the real deal back then. The thought of the internet just 30 years ago would be the equivilent of time travel theory almost. In any event, it would certainly change life winning the “Forever Prize” for a whole lot of people. Maybe one of the Grandkids would go to college and get their Doctorate and develop one of those time machines or find a cure for Alzheimers or develop a cure for Cancer or something? Who knows…

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