Does it cost to enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes? NO!

The Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes admission price is ZERO!
There’s NO premium pricing!

Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes are FREE to enter

It’s getting to be just TOO MUCH!  “Premium seating” has become the way for airlines, theaters and sports arenas to increase revenues – which means a lot more money wrested from consumers who (perhaps at the last minute) want more comfort when they fly or get entertained.  And did you hear the latest?  A world famous theme park is offering a premium-priced admission package that offers an assortment of goodies including the ultimate: no waiting in line.  When will it end ?!?!?

Thank goodness the cost of entering the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes remains ZERO. That’s right.  It doesn’t cost you a penny to join in the fun.  AND winning doesn’t cost anything either.  You could win a prize worth hundreds, thousands, even MILLIONS of dollars.  And all it costs is a few clicks – in other words, nothing.

The advice I’m giving you here is worth remembering – because we don’t want you to get burned financially.  There are some fraudulent scam operators out there who are contacting folks who’d like to win, telling them that they can collect a cash windfall IF they send a “fee to pre-pay taxes” or some such thing.  You NEVER have to pay anything to claim a prize from the real Publishers Clearing House.  Moreover, we do NOT send friend requests, private messages or winner notifications on Facebook.  Take it from me: If you win big from PCH, you will be notified when our Prize Patrol knocks on your door and presents you with roses, balloons, champagne and – ta dah – the Big Check!

So don’t forget: PCH gives you lots of FREE chances to “Play and Win” – at, PCHSearch&Win, PCH Lotto, PCH Games, and more.  Enter today, and every day, and you could join our huge family of winners – just like you’ve seen on TV.

Wishing you the best of luck.

Dave Sayer PCH

Dave Sayer
Prize Patrol Ambassador

P.S. Today’s Play&Win blog is featuring a special behind-the-scenes interview with PCHGames Manager, Danny! Check it out now!

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55 thoughts on “Does it cost to enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes? NO!”

  1. amanda says:

    Say I want to quit PCH, am I gonna be charged?

  2. carlamantee says:

    Thank you For The Golden Opportunity!

  3. Syed Haider says:

    It would be a dream and only dream to have that kind of Gorgeous House however when there is will there is a way!Hope god that’s TRUE .Please don’t wake me up I just want to keep dreaming about it!

  4. Me gusta like this places

  5. david k shiver says:

    Hi my name is david shiver & I’ve been playing ever since 2009 & it wld B a pleasure 2 win but I have a lot more steps 2 go thru b4 I cld join that special group of people.

  6. Robert Wendt says:

    HI Dave,
    Yesterday I got a latter ( official)?
    It wanted me to send 12.99to enter the PHC contest…..could add 3$ for speedy entry?????
    Also got an email a few weeks saying the winning state had been chosen…..Has more than 88 counties…..only 8 such states!!!

    1. PCH Staff PCH Staff says:

      Hi Robert, that’s a SCAM! You NEVER have to pay a fee to claim a prize! Thank you for bringing this to our attention. There is never a catch with entering or winning any PCH Sweepstakes. PCH, like any legitimate Sweepstakes, will never ask you to pay any fee or make a purchase to claim a prize. You may forward the suspicious email to us at or report this occurrence to us using our toll-free number 1-800-392-4190. We also recommend that you report this incident to the National Fraud Center at

      – Jussie W. at PCH

  7. Mary Emigholz says:

    I have been fortunate to have all of my family with us. Helping each other has been my main interest these days. Who wouldn’t wish for the PCH winning.. what a wonderful beginning again for a secure life help.

  8. thersia woods says:

    Hello,I’m glad im here, and i love playing

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