What Would YOU Do With $7,000 A Week For Life?

Would You Spend Or Save

Hello Everyone!

I’m SO excited about our upcoming $7,000 a Week for Life Prize Event! I mean it’s our LARGEST WEEKLY LIFETIME PRIZE EVER! How cool is that? With THAT much money, you can’t help but dream about all the ways you could spend it! From fancy vacations to shopping sprees, the possibilities are ENDLESS! For some people, living the good life and spending ALL this money on whatever life has to offer seems like the only way to go, but for others, they may have bigger plans in the works for their new fortune!

It’s got to be a hard choice deciding whether to work towards something GRAND, or to indulge in the moment. To help gain some outside perspective about what others would do in this situation, I turned to my co-workers to find out if they would SPEND IT or SAVE IT! Even though they can’t win because they work here, their answers may surprise you!

The first person I asked was one of our Social Media interns, Genevieve P.! Genevieve told me that deciding whether to spend or save is definitely a tough choice for her, but in the end, she would do BOTH! She said that she would save some of the money to pay for her college tuition, but also spend some of the money to invest in a reliable car, and a new house for her father. That’s SO sweet of you, Genevieve!

I went on to ask Brooke O. what she would do with all that CA$H! Brooke told me that she would have NO PROBLEM spending all of that money! I’m with you girl! Even though she mentioned that she would splurge on luxurious vacations and possibly a boat, she also said that saving for a house would be VERY important to her. Good choice, Brooke!

Morgan B. told me that when it comes to $7,000 a Week for Life, she would save that money and use it to pay off her college loans! What a GREAT idea Morgan! Way to better yourself for the future!

Finally, I decided to ask Amanda C. Apparently, saving AND splurging is her way to go! She told me that first, she would splurge a good chunk of her money to land her dream home (AW!), and then save the rest and make it last! You might need a bigger piggy bank, Amanda! :)

As for myself, I would save most of it, but spend some on a nice family vacation. I would love the opportunity to bring my parents to Greece or Italy and visit family I never was able to meet!

$7,000 a Week for Life is DEFINITELY A LOT of money to have at your fingertips, so having a game plan on what to do with all of it might be a smart choice! Think about what you would do – spend, save, or maybe BOTH, and comment below and let us know!

And remember what I always say — you can’t win it if you’re not in it! Be sure to keep entering every day!

danielle

Danielle Lam
PCH Prize Patrol Elite


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Natasha Davis said...

Hey Danielle

I would save and spend….especially if I want a home….=) and definitely pay off debt=)

#Good Luck all =) good night!!!!

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AICHA said...

I travel see my family pay my hospital bil s and continue my master plz plz MIS DANEIL come tomy home I hopp be the winer

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Kanika Loeung said...

I’d pay off my mortgage, spend, donations, and save. :)

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DeLayne Perry said...

sheesh! The thought is … like… way too much. I have already made a list and put it down on paper. By faith, I am writing down the vision & praying that it manifests….

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Kenneth Lucas said...

I want to win publishers clearing house superprize 1830 ,3045 nov 26 2013 i would spend some then save some live life compfully. Laid back in retirement.

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Dee Dee said...

Hi Danielle! I would love to meet you! I would spend my winnings first with church, then pay off student loans, pay off current mortgage and get a new bigger, spacious home, and the car I have always wanted. And dont forget to throw a few vacations in there because I sure will travel more frequently.lol :) I would also save up and help others as so many would benefit from this beautiful blessing given to me. I know my winning day and moment is coming soon!!!

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Stancio Butler said...

I want to win the Publishers Clearing House classic SuperPrize sweepstakes this week which are Giveaway No. 555A, Giveaway No. 1025, Giveaway No. 1170, Giveaway No. 1400, and so is Giveaway No. 1830. I would spend some then save some to live in my entire life compfully. Laid back in retirement too. Become both a nester & a famous celebrity.

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Justin Thornton said...

PCH I am so glad you asked!
My wife and I would travel around in a RV with our two rescue dogs for a bit. We would pay off our existing mortgage and buy a cabin in the mountains. Right now we donate to several organizations so we would be able to increase those amounts. I would like to retire early so that windfall of money sure would help make that happen exponentially!

Thanks,
Justin

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A.B. From Ocala said...

I will save and I will pay all my debt I will pay my 2 student loans and pay my husband as well. I’ll pay the car loan, credit card that we were depending on when there is no money. Restore my credit score and buy my first home. Save for my 5 beautiful children’s college. I’ll save coz I will not want to be broke again I know the sour and angry taste of being broke for too long, it’s depressing. When I’ll get the chance to have a different taste in my life I will do all I can to never let it go.

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Esmeralda Cook said...

I would spend some of it and save the rest

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Kimberley Goacher said...

Both! Buy our very first house,pay bills,help my parents,donation,and then the rest for my 4 kid’s future.

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Deirdre johnson said...

I’ll paid all bills and my college for three daughters

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Deirdre johnson said...

I’ll finish fixing my house get it elevated. Also donate some to st.jude hospital,because as I watch and see how family struggle and paying bills and caring for their family and I feel they need it more.

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Ruhul Kuhn-Osius said...

first pay off the mortgage, all the debts, do some saving, the rest to share with whoever needs it. Having a week vacation in Hawaii, my dream since I was 7 years old. I will bring my family member with me.

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SHANNON SMITH said...

I would fall to mean with no strength left and be grateful for “KNOWING GOD”AND GIVE THE CHECK TO !

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scott raines said...

hay Danielle i would save it for about 5 weeks and then i would go get that New Dodge Ram Truck that i have wanted forever that after i buy christmas for everyone in my family and then when my daugter gets out of school next year on summer break i will take my Family to Walt Disney World in Orlando Fla and the rest w will live by puting it in the bank and only getting what we need and maybe every now and then something that we want

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JOY said...

GO TO PCH.COM ACCESS WEB INFRO.

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David Faas said...

Hi Danielle,I can only imagine what I would do with that $7,000
Every week Set for life Prize on 11/26/2013.

Take Vacations,Buy a new home to call my Own!And give some money to my Brother to help him out as he go’s though his Chemo therapy for his Cancer treatment.

And if it doesn’t work for him.They will have to start the process all over again. But,I keep positive thoughts for his working to Recover from this Bad Situation.While,My mother is
An RN & So is my Brothers Wife,The expense beside him having Medical Insurance.Must be a burden for them Plus there 3 kids.No,I am not saying there kids are a burden but the
Expense of travel etc.

I truly hope to Win!!! Hope to see you Danielle Lam on 11/26/2013 along with
Mr.Dave Sayer & Todd Sloane Prize Patrol one and all plus the PCH Cameraman along with the local News Cameraman from
WDIO TV here in Duluth,Minnesota.

God bless,Mr.David Faas Duluth,Minnesota

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Cicely Rashaw said...

Well for the first couple of payment I would put $1000 in a savings while spending the rest to catch up on bills and help my parents. My dad recently lost his job of 18yrs so it has been a struggle for them. I will then continue to help people to get on there feet so that they are comfortable far as about bills. I will do this because I find that as long as all my bills are paid I am ok with no worries of who will be calling to collect. I’m sure many of us these day’s enjoy the feeling when your able to pay all bills on time. Burden lifted off shoulders tell the next month. LOL well again if I when I will help those in need as much as I can.

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myrna rivera said...

I would love to win one day,i first would thank god and help the family,buy a building and invest.Waiting on you PCH to come to my place and i can become the next PCH winner!

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michael rolle said...

Save or Spend, it is a beginning being Optimistic and Set For Life! I am TO DO Both.

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Mina Green said...

When I win the PCH SuperPrize, I’ll
Bless the Lord First. Secondly, pay off ALL of familes student loans, make some major house repairs, assist Hurricane Katrina Victims in rebuiling their homes, assist Numerous non-profit organizations that work on behalf of the homeless , low income, and children. I’d take my mother on the vacation of a lifetime, and I’d plan our first family reuion. Good Luck to all!!!!!

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catherine villarreal said...

I doubt I would win, but if I did win I would be able to afford to get my grand babies back together with me.

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Nettie Jenkins said...

Save some and spend some and invest some and share some but most of all I would try and make it grow to become a Philanthropist ! (Smiles)

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Amdrew T said...

I know exactly what I would do, I have thought about this for so long.

First is I would save right at first and not change my lifestyle other than some security measures to make sure the “long lost family members” dont get too close. I would pay off every ounce of debt before getting to the point where we do anything crazy.

10% goes to charity including the childrens mental health hospital here in Rhode Island (Bradley Hospital) they do unbelievable work not only for our state but as a research hospital they do great work around the world.

Whenever I went out to dinner with the friends we have had before our luck of Publishers Clearing House, we would always pick up the tab. College funds would be started for my unborn children, and my godchildren.

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Bethany Smith said...

I would love to win but I am worried it won’t get to the right address. I have been trying for weeks to correct my address in PCH but I keep getting inactive links that will not let me go pass the log in. I can redeem my points and pay my balance. But when I try to update my address it gives me errors. Please help :-) This was the only other way I knew to reach out, is there a customer service website? Or number?

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Michaela G. said...

Good morning Ms. Danielle, thank you for this wonderful letter to all of us!!!

I think I would do what Ms. Natalie B., did when she won her $1Million in 2008. I would for sure get an Accountant and a Financial Advisor to help me set up my team G., if I were to win this next BIG Prize Event, $7,000 A Week For Life!

Of course I do have plans on what I would do if I ever won the next BIG Prize Event, $7,000 A Week For Life this November 26th!!!! I have Big and Small list of the things I would do with the money, but to do all these wonderful things for me and my family, family, family, and community. I would have to SAVE. SAVE. SAVE first for a very long time before I spent anything and that is fine with me.

I just want to say I love the “Save it or Spend it” graphics Ms. Danielle, it really caught my eye and that is what made me want to read your blog!!!

I hope you all at PCH have a wonderful work week!!!

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Eileen Kennedy said...

Hello
I would defiantly save and spend,
i wish some one would give me a anniversary check, , only been with my partner 12 yrs, working since for 25 yrs,
I pray i win.
eilltherbangormaine04401

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Mrs. A.T. said...

Hi! Spending for a new truck, day to day living, and the holidays. At the same time I would be saving for a down payment on my dream home, and furnishings. Then when the spring has sprung, so will I! I’m sure with that amount, I would be able to help my kids and save also. Dreaming is good for the soul! :)

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Sarah Kalenda said...

First thing that would have to be done is to pay off all of my creditors. Take care of all of my bills. Then my son would get a car and go to college. So the answer to the question is spend.

After mandatory things are taken care of, then we would save.

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Christine Stadtmiller said...

I would buy myself a new car. Find myself a new place to live. And save!!!

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T T said...

Spend some Save some

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Wesley Ivey said...

I’m sure spend it on some bills first. Then if I have enough left over, save it.

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Emily Armstrong said...

Danielle Lam,
If I had the $7,000 a week for life, I think I’d be so happy, I’d cry. My first $7,000 I’d take everyone who came, including the camera crew, out to a dinner at a nice restaurant with my friends and family and give $200 in cash to the crew just to show my appreciation. It would be the least I could do.
The second $7,000 I would help my family in whatever they needed.
The third, I’d give to my dearest friends who really deserve it for being there for me through tough times. Being there for me while in surgery.
Then finally I’d save it up for a really nice wooden cabin in the woods near the mountains. Nothing too fancy, just a three bedroom cabin with a cozy fire place, a white fluffy rug, with a wooden glass coffee table in the living room, and a huge kitchen; ’cause I love to cook.
Then I’d save up for a nice Lincoln with leather seats and a wooden interior. (My dream car)
Then I’d want to start college, so that my family would be proud of me. After that, I guess I’d just save up and pay whatever bills I had.
I’d invest in stocks and bonds. I’d probably invest into pch if I could too.
Then maybe go on some vacations since I’ve always wanted to travel the world. I’d love to go to Germany, London (where my idol Tim Burton lives), Egypt (to see the pyramids and ancient hieroglyphics), Italy (to taste the Italian food and sight seeing), ect. I really couldn’t ask for more. It’s everything I’ve ever wanted. I wouldn’t want anything else. I would have everything I’d ever wanted. It would be so amazing to live the way I truly want to. I’d also donate some money to the pet shelter cause I love animals. Especially the endangered ones. Also, to the homeless shelter and to children in foster care.
So, you asked what I’d do with $7,000 a week for life, this would be my life. This is what I would do with it. This is how I’d live the rest of my life.

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W Saintil said...

I would probably spend it on the most important things first then save the leisure activities for later!

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Kathryn Edwards said...

Bothe because they come hand and hand to promote balance :-)

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Gina castanza said...

I ‘ve been tidy up my paper work and investments for one day that I may win a super prize. I so hope I could share this with my family. It would be legendary. As we speak I am working on, so for that special opportunity I could be clear on what to do next. For a good degree of prepping I could look into a financial advisor. Hope thats not over board. Hey you never know, maybe. PCH rules, glad to look forward to funtivities.

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Gina castanza said...

Love to invest and strategically plan my life. I love to get a massage and pampered for a straight week. Good health is a must, right. Haha. I can consider you or myself if a winner an asset! So then after the balloons are popped n champagnes are drunk, I love a trip to Italy. Need to meet the land and the people there, someday.

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Sarah Reed said...

I would be stable enough to get my children back, buy a home, my parents would not have to worry about financial things anymore and I would help the less fortunate because I know what it deals like to be less fortunate…. There are so many great things I could do with the winnings…….

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susan varughese said...

hey Danielle:

I am entering everyday and i would donate, save, and go to family vacation. Of course one other thing i would do is help my mother law build a house back in India.

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susan varughese said...

Hi Danielle:

I am entering everyday and i would donate, save, and take a family vacation with the money.

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Nan Spiegel said...

The most important to pay off debt. Then build a new home not fancy to age in place and to code. Next to help others human and animal. Just to know I will not lose my roof over my head and give up my cats would feel like a relief. A friend needs a new car and her husband a new truck if I could help them that would great. After all that paying the IRS too I would eat stone claws and drink champagne and go to a spa.

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C A said...

Having $7,000 dollars a week for life would be a lot of fun. I would try to live a normal life, (LOL) really… sometimes my head hurts just thinking about all the many possibilities and, the problems that can come with this much money a week for life. I get a financial advisor and I’d most likely pay my tithes to my home church and give some to the UW. Pay off my off my student loans then go back to college and finish getting my bachelors degree. I would spend a lot of it on myself, hopefully not too selfishly. I get a dependable car and I would remodel the home or buy ready move-in home with a pool and sauna. I would give some of the money to my children and grand children and some more on friends and especially my relatives for helping me and children out in times of need. I would continue my labor of love to help some people especially children who can’t help themselves. I wonder how much would be left after taxes. add your comment here

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regina locken said...

Pay off debt and live happily ever after with my kids and husband! I also would start a foundation to help parents with funeral expenses who lose their child suddenly like we did ours.

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Yvette Cabiness said...

Hi Danielle
Of course I would pay off all my debts, figure I would put a percentage aside for interest and life off of. Buy the dream house I’ve always wanted, relax for 30 days, then start taking classes to for non-profit origination, so my children can help me start and run a non profit, to help people understand their rights, policy and options for health insurance.

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Sara Thornton said...

“Start livin’ ……L-I-V-I-N “in the words of the great Matthew Mcconaughey .
Are you ready for my list?
:)
My husband and I want to see the U.S. with the help of a RV. We definitely want to take our two dogs with us on our travels. Paying off our house and student loans would also be top priority. I would like to help my dad and grandmother. We already donate to several causes so we could increase that. If my husband says it’s okay I sure would like to buy a beach house and let the family come whenever they want to save money on vacations. If at all possible I would like to re-open an animal shelter that was closed due to insufficient funding.
I am so grateful that I am able to enter into these sweepstakes. I am so thankful that PCH has these and offers them to the public.
Thank you so very much!
With much gratitude,
Sara

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Sara Thornton said...

P.S. my comment from the blog that began on Friday says “still waiting moderation”
How come?

Sara

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loretta holder said...

I would do both, save and spend, First Id give 10% to charities ,then Id pay off bills, buy a house ,big house ,with a big yard ,so I could finally get my son a dog. Id invest , help others

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Natalie Bostelman said...

Awesome ideas, everybody!! I love the plans for education and travel. So many new opportunities open up when a windfall comes.

GOOD LUCK!

Natalie Bostelman
2008 SuperPrize Winner
PCH Goodwill Ambassador

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C A said...

I tried to post my comment and it did not go through.

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C A said...

Oh I see my comment. It took awhile.:-D

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Rucinada Durham said...

First I would thank you for the help that you gave me and my family. The next thing is work with the big thing called taxes. The last things are family det and vacations.
I would love for it to happen to me. I would be the happest person alive.

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maria estrella baccay platecki said...

for me pay off all bills,funds for college,share to my family,donate to the charity were my kids live there before the donate to the earthquake victim in our country.this is a good blessing.good luck and god bless you all

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kenya rhodes said...

Save and spend and spend and save!

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hope shall come!? said...

I would do both save and spend but wisely…my #1 thing is to invest into a family home i’m looking towards a Next-Gen home.i am tired of dreaming I came too far to give up I know which corners I have turned to get here and I aim for my goals to be met in reality.I claim all my time spent in life trying to survive from birth to present til dawn of life I have seen how hard my parents worked to provide now its my turn but I have a limit so try for hope to gain a stable ground to walk upon and I entered for an opportunity to carry me on in my trying times this is why I am here…I WANT TO WIN AND BE SET FOR LIFE! and carry on with my positive goals and possibly go back to school. I have already picked a finance adviser if I were to win and I know which way I would like to go…..

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julia justice said...

hi Danielle. if I win and I hope I do. I would spend and spend and then save some. have a good day to day.

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Dawn Gilliam said...

Hello if I was a winner I would save a little a spend a little but I have four children and one of them was born out of the love of Jesus see he was the last one of my sons he was born with spinal bifida but having all of them here with me I will do good for each one and my family Thanks

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Cathy Sadler said...

add your comment here

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Robert Wooden said...

I would build a Animal shelter for abused Animals in Maryland ( Montgomery County)

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Cathy Sadler said...

Hey Danielle, I would spend a little and save a lot. I’d buy a safe to put it in because who know’s what’s happening with this economy. Would love to see you sometime.

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Holly Curtis said...

if i was to win 7000 a week for life first pay off all my debt then get me a home for me and my 3 nieces .then a good car .and i would put a lot of it into saving

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Elaine Stutzman said...

I would save and spend! I would save for college for my kids and grand kids! Plus save to buy the house of our dreams!

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John Fiorini said...

It would be awesome to play Santa Claus for a long time!!!

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Perry Harris said...

Danielle, I have so many of my family that need help, that I do not have enough to help all the time. I always want to do more for them than I have to share. With that said, they know that I would be able to provide more help for them each week if I were to win that prize..wow…what I could do to surprise them makes me excited. I love to give to my family. Especially when they aren’t expecting it. Thanks for this opportunity..hope I am selected for sure, but if not, I still know my GOD will provide for us.

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mary englamd said...

I would save some and spend some on my grandkids and pay off all my bills

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kimberly frazier said...

I would be able to pay my bills. and not worry how my power bill or rent was gonna be paid. And it not rely on my husbands check every two weeks. And put my kids back in sports like they have been the past 6 years. But due to not having the funding they cannot participate in it this year.

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regina groppi said...

spend a little and save a little

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Virgenmina Rodriguez said...

May GOD bless PCH & all!

I’ve been moving a lot and I don’t have a permanently home or house that I can live peaceful. My dreams is to have my own home so I don’t have problem living out or moving in different locations.And beside that I would LOVE to help some Charity or Organizations. My dreams and goals is to have my own house and help people in needs. That would be a PERFECT THANKSGIVING GIFT FOR ME!

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Kaylen Brooks said...

I would buy a small, cozy home and rent out my current home. I would ultimately save most of the money for my kids future.

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wanda desjarlais said...

I WISH I CAN WIN TO GET MY MOM NEW HOME THANK YOU PCH.

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Georgia Coleman said...

I would probably spend have each week and save the other half, because I do have a dream home I want to pay cash for. I just recently got out of debt and I just don’t want to go there again. It will be worth the wait cause I don’t want a mortgage hanging over my head.

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dorothy coble said...

I would pay tithes, buy my daughter braces which she needs badky, pay my debt, buy a new car to get my kids and me around, save some and help donate some. Please make our dreams come true!!

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Jovanni said...

I would by my dad he’s hand . Take them out off work give them everything

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Saundra Burkhart said...

WHAT WOULD I DO IF I WON? I WOULD PAY ALL OF MY BILLS OFF FIRST! THEN SET UP A TRUST FUND FOR MY KIDS’ THEN BUY ME A “brand TRUCK” AND GIVE TO MY CHURCH” THIS IS WHAT I WOULD DO”

Saundra Burkhart

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Paul said...

First, I would buy my wife the ring she has always wanted, then I would take her on a wonderful, romantic vacation, then I would spend some more money on her and spoil her till theirs no end, because of everything that she has done for me.

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Josefa Hernandez said...

I would give a down payment on a home for my family and help my childhood church where I just recently started going to and then really need a new church and the rest I would help out my whole family and close friends in whatever they need help with. So plz bless me so I’ll be able to bless others too!!!! Thank u so much

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Francine Jones said...

I would buy a new set of mattresses, a car, new furniture and move out of this rat infested apartment.

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Krys Robinson said...

pay off all debt, help out family , give back to everyone who has helped my family, and then start saving

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Paulette Evans said...

I would do both by paying off debts, spluge a little on some wants and save most for future and to be able to be blessing to family and others.

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Tina Lowery said...

I would fix up this old house help my daughters and grandsons so they could get things they really need And get medical And dental ins.That we all need really bad.

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Donna Desai said...

I would help my daughter…my heart is broken right now for her! :(

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Colleen Hickey said...

I could use it to help my dad.

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Nicole Smith said...

Spend on the necessities then save the rest.

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roy smith said...

I wood take a trip and then Id com home and billed me my home and by my self sum things that I need but I take the prize patrol out to eat and drinks and then have fun love them all.

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philip flood said...

this would be my retirement and i would invest part in some good investment and make my kids and grand kids happy

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Cathy Mills said...

That would be PLENTY to save AND spend!!

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Jeff Parker said...

In all reality, after taxes it would be around $4000. Still good enough for me. Would put $3500 a week in savings,the other $500 would supplement my regular income rather nicely.

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Tammy Flores said...

I would pay off all my debt, buy a house,save some for my retirement and treat my family to a much needed vacation. Oh, have a chritmad we never haf in the last 5 yrs.

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Dereck Lockwood said...

1st, I would buy the exercise machine that I was told by the best spinal cord injury. Dr. in the US would bring back usage in my arms and hands, and probably more. Then I would take care of myself and my loved ones making sure everyone had what they needed. Start my charity to help spinal cord injury cases. And probably keep the rest of the bank using it when I need it or want it.

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Kathi Davis said...

I would help my son and his family to get out of debt. I would buy all of us new cars, and help all the friends that have stayed by my side through thick and thin. I would also start collage funds for my 5 grandchildren. After that I would start to save and do a little traveling to see family. And I would try to set up a fund to help others to get back on their feet.

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Carol Smith said...

I would pay off all my debts including medical & sons’ college loans, give some to charity, help my parents, then save to put a down payment on a newer house.

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Amanda Baird said...

Spend it on, education, helping others and basic needs.

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Shirley Joe Landsman said...

I’d help some of my siblings and my kids first; then I’d build my dream. I’d visit my friends that lives in Idaho for a month. By then my dream should be finished.

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Julie demerly said...

I am on disability , recently divorced and so it would be great. My sons in college and I have grand kids that I could go visit and help their parents too. Help my church pay off their mortgage. It definitely would be a God send.

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Freeman Martin said...

TREASURES OR TRINKETS??? I would tithe it first…then be generous to some worthy causes that would make an eternal difference, laying up treasures in Heaven…’cause everything down here is just trinkets.

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Sharon Gassaway said...

I would save enough till I get the amount to pay off my house. Then buy a truck for my husband. also try to help my children as best as I can.

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