What Would YOU Do If You Won The “Forever” Prize?

Forever Prize

Hello PCH Fans!

It’s time to look forward to FOREVER! That’s right, the “Forever” Prize is back, and it’s guaranteed to be awarded NEXT MONTH!

I know the excitement has to be building for everyone. I mean, that’s a lot to think about.  YOU would get $5,000 a Week for Life. Then to top it all off, it would continue on to another person for THEIR lifetime.

The possibilities seem endless when you think about it. Granted, a lot of possibilities opened up when I won the $1 Million SuperPrize in August of 2008. But the “Forever” Prize would definitely up the ante.

What would I do if I won such a prize? I really had to think about it!

I would:

  • Start a scholarship at Toledo Central Catholic High School and The University of Toledo. Education is a great investment for the community.
  • Make larger donations to local and national charities that I support. My local Humane Society could definitely use some assistance.
  • Build a second home somewhere a little warmer. Sometimes Ohio winters can get a little wicked!
  • Buy my husband’s dream car for him. I guess I’d better double check what that is! As for me, I love my Smokey, my 2013 Ford Focus.
  • Finally take a jump over the ‘Big Pond’ with my husband to do a few vacations in Europe. Maybe we can find the city where the Bostelmans originated and share our findings with the family.
  • Buy a Playstation 4 when it releases! OK, well, I’m already saving for that, but I’d probably need two if I had two homes. Right? Right.
  • Take my buddies to an all-expenses paid trip to DragonCon and/or the San Diego ComicCon. It would be so cool to see movie stars AND get exclusive first peeks for movies and TV shows.
  • RETIRE! After a month or two “off”, I’d probably start volunteering for a local organization a few days a week, but that leaves plenty of time to travel and maybe even work on some creative projects.
  • Whew, that was fun. But wait! Then the person who I would pass the winnings onto would need to figure out their own game plan. No pressure!

But now I turn the question over to YOU. If YOU won the “Forever” Prize in August, what would you do, and who would get the legacy portion of the prize? Let us know in the comments below. And don’t forget to ENTER ENTER ENTER!

GOOD LUCK!

Natalie Bostleman
2008 SuperPrize Winner
PCH Goodwill Ambassador

 

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  1. I would fix my teeth and I would pay off my debt then buy a house in the middle of nowhere
    So I could have peace of mind

  2. Wow! I’ve never played PCH, or any games untill February of this year. I played to enter a sweepstakes on my phone and THAT, is when it started!! See, I’m 57, getting divorced,after 34 years,and I NEED more income. I survive, (and I say that lightly), on less than 800 a month, dissabillity. Today, is Tuesday September 26,2017. My power, will be cut off tomorrow, honest to God truth, and, I have till October 31st, to pay my property tax, over 1,500.00 or my home will be auctioned off on November 3rd. So, I began playing,to win, from the second time, I opened my email and there was PCH!! I LOVE YOU, PCH!!! I know, a lot of people need this money too, but I really do believe, that I AM going to be the $1,000.00 a day for life, WINNER!!? GOD WORKS IN MYSTERIOUS WAYS!!!!
    THANKS, PCH, for the FUN and EXCITEMENT, from playing ALL your great games!!! See ya at my door, on WINNERS DAY!!!!
    (by the way, I love WHITE roses!) Just thought you’d like to know that!!
    Sincerely,
    W.N.

  3. Try get a new home to live in and pay bill get food pay the car off and always have lots of money help my family and friends too I live check by check can’t do a thing at all life is not EZ at all ok

  4. Pick me I still wanna be the biggest winner in PCH 50 History…,
    I feel it in my bones the Prize Patrol is on their way to Texas to hear me say…
    WIN…WINNER…WON ….All said All don Moon Moehring is the lucky one

  5. At age 76 and having been a widow since 1983 when my husband passed away at age 43 after a long seven-year illness with his heart and brain damage and raising three children and two grandchildren I would love to be able to retire I could pay off my two grandchildren’s college and put some money in an account for my two great grandchildren ages two and four months then I could retire and pay off my bills including my house without a worry since I didn’t get a chance to save a whole lot with all the things that went on. Thank you for that and me speak what I would do if I won PCH. My mom had always tried. To win it but never did prior to passing away at age 88.
    Sincerely,
    Frances McKinney