Top 3 Tips To Maximize Your Chances Of Winning Sweepstakes!

Prize Patrol Elite Team

Hey PCH Fans!

Do you daydream of becoming a winner? Do you practice your winner’s speech in the mirror? We thought you might! Because we at PCH know how much you love everything there is to love about winning, we thought you would enjoy learning about some ways that you can stay one step above your competition and maybe even come out on top! As a very special treat, we have come up with the Top 3 Tips on how YOU can maximize your chances of winning Sweepstakes!

The first tip I have for you is one many of you may be doing already!

Tip #1: Enter as many Sweepstakes as you can! (Not just the main SuperPrize, but the smaller prizes, too!)

While you should absolutely enter to win our fabulous SuperPrizes like our new “Set For Life” prize, $7,000 A Week For Life, those aren’t the ONLY prizes you should go for! Remember, we award instant prizes at PCHSeach&Win every single day, tournament prizes at PCHGames twice every month, and cash prizes at PCHLotto every single day! And believe me, that’s just the tip of the winning iceberg! At PCH, there’s no shortage of prizes to enter for, so make sure you go for all the Sweepstakes you can!

Tip #2: Enter as often as you can! (That’s right, every single day!)

This tip is simple as pie! The more times you enter, the more chances you have at becoming a winner! If you aren’t entering as much as you’re allowed, you could be missing out! Remember, it’s absolutely free to enter, so there’s no reason to not enter as often as you can!

Tip #3: Enter in as many ways as you can! (You got it — at, PCHSearch&Win, PCHgames, PCHlotto & the PCH Fan Page on Facebook!)

Besides being able to enter every day, PCH allows Sweepstakes hopefuls to enter in many different ways! Did you know that there are 5 different sites that you can enter from? Those sites are:, PCHSearch&Win, PCHGames, PCHLotto and the PCH Fan Page on Facebook! How awesome is that?

The power of winning is at your fingertips! Make the most of your PCH experience by using ALL these tips, and maybe you’ll be winning sweepstakes next!

Best of luck!

Christa P.
Creative Intern


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201 thoughts on “Top 3 Tips To Maximize Your Chances Of Winning Sweepstakes!”

  1. Robert Lanndis says:

    All phony

  2. BJ Elsaesser says:

    Why can’t you folks sell something that I can use? I’m 65 and totally disabled, and lay on my back all day because of severe chronic pain from 13 major surgeries for Crohns disease, and the little I make from social security sure isn’t enough to buy magazines or plastic junk I don’t need. So I’ll see how much time you can make me waste when I’ve never known anybody win anything from you. Bob J. Elsaesser.

  3. Bernice howard says:

    First thing I do in morning and check my emails all through the day

  4. Georgia Daley says:

    I feel like I’m in this pch all day everyday it is fun even if you don’t win

  5. carla m Antee says:

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful opportunity

  6. Patrick C. Barr says:

    I just started playing the pch to enter for chances to win. With the money I would receive from winning I would donate a very large portion to the JDRF association, ” juvinal diabetes research foundation” to help all the young kids of this world to find a cure for type 1 Diabetes, I have lived with diabetes for the past 16yrs and it is the hardest thing to live with constantly checking you glucose levels and trying to maintain a good blood sugar level. I would either try to get on a pancrease transplant list or even try the inslet cell transfusion which kick starts you’re pancrease into producing insulan. It is my dream to overcome type one diabetes so I could live a healthy normal life with out having to check my blood sugar 6 times a day, injecting myself 4 times a day and constantly having to eat healthy. To all the people in the world I pray and hope that they can find a cure for all of us type 1 and type 2 diabetics and all the people whom are boarder line diabetics. To those who have diabetes I feel you’re pain and suffering and hope we could at least have hope of finding a way to a cure. To see light at the end of the tunnel, to at least give us hope in finding that cure. Thank you for reading. Patrick C. Barr

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