HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO WIN A “GRAND SLAM” — FROM PCH?

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 pch.com.

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


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John Smith said...

Gimme tha loot gimme the loot!!!

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Holly Messinese said...

I’ve got a lot of practice entering. It’s become second nature to me without even thinking about it.

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susan varughese said...

i am practicing everyday and entering without fail.

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Karen Shelton said...

Hi Dave,

The Grand Slam would be awesome.
Don’t give up, don’t give up, it will happen, just got to believe, that’s what I say to myself everyday. Entering is part of my everday task/routine that has to be done.

I am focus on the Big Prize….Big Check….Balloons…..Flowers…..and meeting Dave, Dnielle and Todd…..you all would be the icing on the cake.

August 29, 2013, I hope to be your winner on that day.

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Karen Shelton said...

Sorry Danielle for misspelling your name in my blog.

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maria estrella baccay platecki said...

i never never gave up still here kicking and breathiing this is a good blessing from our almighty god .my wish only is to win here my dram come true.i am gonna jump for joy of tears,happiness and excited.good luck everyone and god bless you all

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Michael Rolle said...

A GRAND SLAM…A GRAND FANALI!

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JAMES PHILLIPS said...

I’M ENTERING EACH AND EVERY DAY

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Stancio Butler said...

I’M ENTERING EACH AND EVERY DAY TOO!!

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Jamie Sharb said...

Thanks Dave Sayer I will keep entering and waiting for one day to be my lucky day. I have never played a real game of tennis but I did mess around learning how to back when I was in high school for gym class. Tennis seemed so hard or I just don’t have good eye and hand coordination. It does look like a lot of fun if you know what you are doing though. I do have dedication to Publishers Clearing House and hope one day I get that Grand Slam you talk about in your blog. I will keep practicing at PCH till I get that winning moment like the past winners.

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Anneka nelson said...

I have fibromyalgia , this would help so much . Get my kids from my divorce , abused . I mean I’m poor . I’m trying so hard to make it . I would give a lot to my kids , make a home that cottage style . Just a nice little suv. Save rest . For all my kids . I’ve hoped prayed many years . Everyone should win . God bless . Xo to all of you . Please I pray amen

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Mrs. A.T. said...

Hi! I guess a “Grand Slam” is what it is going to take to stop me from entering! Someday it will happen:)

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TERRI COCHRAN said...

add your comment here wow an this front page news so great an so nice pch i say thanks much an amazing grace yes an me 2 need a win an i can stop entering but now they have news an weather an so many thing 2 see it is fun just 2 come an look 4 real i say thanks agan pch

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Marguerite Fierke said...

Dave Sayer,
Just recently I recieved an email saying I was one of 4 winners for July 10th. Not sure if this is a scam or not. This is a copy of what I received. Please let me know if this is legit. The results werh released on the 10th July, 2013 and your email was attached to Winning Numbers:7-1-4-8-7-3 and Email Ticket Number: FL 654/29/75 The online draws was conducted by a random selection of email addresses from an exclusive list of 4,000 E-mail addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the internet.

However, no tickets were sold but all email addresses were assigned to different ticket numbers for representation and privacy. The selection process was carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection machine (TOPAZ) from a database of over 10 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world.
You are advice to complete the form and send it immediately to our Promotion manager through email for prompt collection of your fund from the designated.

Thank you,
Marguerite Fierke

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    PCH Staff said...

    Hi Marguerite, if this was an email addressed to you and it’s from Dave Sayer, then this is definitely a scam! Big Prize winners of $10,000 or more are surprised by the Prize Patrol in person only with no advance notice. PCH, like any legitimate Sweepstakes, will never ask you to pay any fee or make a purchase to claim a prize. You may forward this suspicious email to us at abuse@pch.com.

    - Jussie W. at PCH

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Jamie Sharb said...

Hello Dave I wanted to stop by and say hi. Also I stopped by to see if I could leave a comment on your blog. I like how you compared winning Publishers Clearing House to tennis. I may not know much of anything about tennis but you painted a clear picture. How you explain the tournaments of tennis makes me think I may be missing out on some excitement! I’m going to look up tennis on PCHSearchAndWin so I can find out where around my town I can learn to play or at least try it out once.I also want to say I have persistent dedication to win Publishers Clearing House. I may never been one to try once and hit the jackpot but I won’t let that stand in my way. I enter each and every day on PCH.com. Like you said I could one day get a visit from Prize Patrol with roses, balloons, and a Big Check by following what past winners have done. Practice everyday and one day I may get a Grand Slam! Good luck to everyone and have a great day!

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Joyce boudreaux said...

Hi Prize Patrol. Elite Team. I would love to win the Grand Slam I think sometimes I do to much but I’m not gonna quit because to be good at what you’re doing you have to practice. And give it your all to be a Winner . Because Winners never quit if they make a mistake they just keep playing I Want To Win So quitting Isn’t an option

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wanda abbott said...

wanda abbott-i would to win the grand slam or a big check.oh so mank things i could do for me and others.thank you pch.

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Daniel Weeks III said...

I want to start a dog and cat rescue. Many Mutts Rescue. All I need is the money to do it.

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Joy Igiewe said...

Blessing is here to stay, when u stay with PCH, you help yourself and others.

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Lauren Powers said...

Good Morning PCH Team, I am writng to say I have been a faithful PCH fan for a few yrs now and won nothing. I would use the money to take care of my mom who is in her 70′s and in FL. I would love to buy a home for which I could care for her she had bladder cancer and she is all I have left. My dad died 2yrs ago due to lung cancer so being from Nh and having every penny spent on bills winning would help me help others that are in need like me. Please consider me for the $5ooo.oo a week sweeps it will be used to get a home I never had and help my mom and go back to school to learn more about health care. Thanks to All

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cristy risen said...

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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Gerald bailey said...

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.

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Lisa Doerr said...

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.

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Emily Cowart said...

Dear Dave,

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

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Sydney Parlow said...

Fascinating!! Imagine A winner’s joy!!

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Margaret Lomax said...

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

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Tammy Hector said...

i would love to have a grand slam from pch

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