What Would You Say If You Won $7,000 A Week For Life?

One of my favorite parts of working at Publishers Clearing House is that we give away BIG MONEY to amazing people all across the country! No surprise there, right? It’s awesome. And you know what else is awesome? Watching those amazing people get the surprise of their LIFE! Winning moments are the BEST, and I’m always SO excited to see what the winner will say or do next.

With the $7,000 A Week For Life special early look prize event quickly approaching, I’ve been wondering A LOT lately about what the winner will say! I mean this is the LARGEST weekly lifetime prize we’ve EVER offered – the reaction is sure to be out-of-this-world!

Recently, I was even wondering how some of my pals here at PCH Headquarters would react if they won $7,000 A Week For Life. Even though they can’t win because they work here, I still thought it would be fun to see what they would say if the Prize Patrol knocked on their door with the Big Check. And believe me, it was! Watch the video below to see for yourself…

Wasn’t that funny? Tell me…whose reaction did you like best? Christine who couldn’t stop screaming and jumping up and down? Matt who was so shocked he spit out his coffee? Laurel who I “caught” in her towel? Or Nick who was completely silent? I have to say, Laurel was so funny she even had ME laughing! But comment below and tell us what YOU think! And don’t forget to say how YOU would react!

Oh I almost forgot…if you want the chance to actually win $7,000 A Week For Life, you have to enter, enter, ENTER!

Good luck everyone!

Amanda C., PCH Creative

Amanda C.
PCH Creative


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472 thoughts on “What Would You Say If You Won $7,000 A Week For Life?”

  1. Ruthie Hart says:

    I have to say I would probably shed a few tears because I would be so happy that I could give back to my younger sister. She took me in and is letting me live with her and my older sister. My father had Alzheimer’s and I came up to live with them to help out my mom and sisters because my mother was having a hard time trying to deal with all that was going on while they were at work. I was on disability so I was home during the day. My sister let me continue to live here after my father passed. My sister is one of the most kindest people I know and I would love to make her life somewhat easier and I could do that if I was lucky enough to win something from PCH. My older sister had cancer but she fought it and beat it. My mom passed a year after my dad. The three of us live together in my younger sister’s house with my nephew and his wife. Family is so important to us.

    1. PCH Staff PCH Staff says:

      Hi Ruthie, sounds like your family is one in a million!! Keep trying for a chance to be surprised by that BIG check and the famous Prize Patrol! To see all the ways you can enter in daily, click here: http://bit.ly/Enter-A-PCH-Sweeps. Best of luck to all those who enter!

  2. Valerie Boyer says:

    Valerie Boyer and I would cry most likely🐶🐶 Valerie Boyer and Copper doggie to woof woof hi everyone. have a great day everyone. Thank you.

  3. Danielle and Dave and Todd .Copper and I are so blessed now will not have to worry about anything hot doggy dog goody goody happy doggie day God Bless you thank you 🐶🐶🐶🐶🐶🐶🐶

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    1. Valerie Ball says:

      is that your address? you should definitely take that down! not safe

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