Win a Grand Slam from PCH

This year’s tennis tournament at Wimbledon in England was SO exciting: two weeks of nail-biting suspense, legendary champions like Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer knocked off their pedestals in early rounds, newcomers dazzling TV audiences around the world with their talent and stamina, and then Andy Murray’s capturing the men’s single crown for Britain for the first time in 77 years!

In many ways watching the events at Wimbledon was, for me, like reliving twenty-five years of Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes “winning moments.”  In both situations I’ve seen tears, cheers, hugs, gratitude, and countless expressions of  “At last!” and “I don’t believe it!”

As with tennis champs it can take persistent dedication for some PCH Sweepstakes players to win a “Grand Slam.”  On the other hand, I’ve had the pleasure of awarding Big Checks worth millions of dollars to folks who entered our sweepstakes and hit the jackpot on the first try.  You never know!

Maybe you’ve been entering the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes online every day for some time — just as many of our recent winners have.  Or maybe you’re a newcomer to our family of PCH websites hoping for some “beginner’s luck.”  Whatever your situation, I encourage you to “keep at it” and — like a tennis champ — practice every day.  And that’s easy to do at

Here’s hoping your daily practice leads to a “Grand Slam” — meaning a Prize Patrol visit with roses, balloons and a Big Check!

Good luck!

Dave Sayer PCH

Dave Sayer
Prize Patrol Ambassador


  1. Cecilia says:

    I have been playing for a year and haven’t won anything yet. I guess I wasn’t meant to play. If I don’t win anything after this year I will be canceling. And give someone else a hence they may have the luck I don’t have. Thank you for all your invites.

  2. Abigail says:

    Hiya, I am really glad I have found this info. Nowadays bgeolgrs publish only about gossips and net and this is actually annoying. A good website with interesting content, that is what I need. Thanks for keeping this site, I’ll be visiting it. Do you do newsletters? Cant find it.

  3. Sergey says:

    Excellent blog! Do you have any tips and hints for aspiring wrteirs? I’m hoping to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything. Would you suggest starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many choices out there that I’m completely overwhelmed .. Any recommendations? Many thanks!

  4. Tammy Hector says:

    i would love to have a grand slam from pch

  5. Margaret Lomax says:

    Of course I would! It would make our retirement so much easier!!!

  6. Fascinating!! Imagine A winner’s joy!!

  7. Emily Cowart says:

    Dear Dave,

    We sure could use a hand up.
    Just 20K would be great.

  8. Lisa Doerr says:

    First my church needs help, then I will stop and pray and take my time after I give some to street people I see. A little more than before, that will feel so good and fun. Eager to meet you all. Be careful, my door step is a little in need of help, I feel excited, Lisa.

  9. And I thought I was,the only one going to,all,those emails and searching on their site, more than I’ve ever searched ion my life.

  10. cristy risen says:

    would be loss for words.. and a happy cry , my kids would finally get whatever they wanted and there own rooms and the boyfriend wouldnt have too work as much anymore ..= happy family, i would donate something as well ;)

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