How Would $1 Million A Year “Forever” Change Your Family’s Life?

$1 Million A Year Forever

Have you heard the amazing news?!?! Coming up on February 28th in our Special Early Look Event, the Prize Patrol is ready to award our LARGEST lifetime prize EVER in PCH history! It’s true! A winner of this truly life-changing prize will receive $1 Million a year for their life, and then after that, be able to choose a loved one who would receive $1 Million a year for their life! How incredible is that? With this prize, you’d really have the chance to change your life for the better AND leave a legacy behind.

When you enter to win this SuperPrize, you’re not just entering for yourself, but also for the person you decide to pass this gift down to. Who you decide to pass on this prize to can be ANYONE YOU CHOOSE! A family member, a friend, a neighbor — anyone who holds a place near and dear to your heart! When I think of this prize, I think of it as a lot more than just a win from Publishers Clearing House. This is a chance for you and your loved one to live in a world filled with opportunity. No matter what obstacles get in the way, you would have a resource to help solve your troubles. While money can’t buy happiness, it can certainly make room for you and your loved one to enjoy everything that life has to offer. Wouldn’t it be nice to leave a great legacy like that behind?

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One of our biggest concerns in life is making sure our children are taken care of. The $1 Million A Year “Forever” prize would be a great way for you to put your mind at ease and remember that whatever happens in their life, they will always have a safety net to fall back on. I think that thought alone would bring a smile to any parent’s face. Regardless of who you’d decide to give the money to, this prize could help afford SO many important things in your life and the life of the person you’d choose. From college tuition, to putting money aside for a little-one, to saving money for an important life event like a wedding, the great things that could be done with this money are never ending!

With all this talk about the “Forever” prize, I decided to ask a few of my co-workers who they would pass this amazing legacy to. Even though they can’t win because they work for Publishers Clearing House, they still had wonderful things to say!

Laurel U. said: “If I could win the “Forever” prize, I would leave a legacy for my sweetheart…my life…my dear daughter. I pray that I don’t have to leave her side for another 100 years or so, but it would be nice to know that when she’s 106, she’d be well taken care of!”

Amanda C. said: “If I won $1 Million A Year “Forever”, I think I would hand it down to my niece. I’m hoping she would put the money towards her college education, and also towards following her dreams, whatever they may be.”

Those are some really great wishes! I’m sure anyone who might receive this once-in-a-lifetime prize would put it to the best of use. If you want the chance pass down a truly unforgettable legacy, please remember to enter to win $1 Million A Year “Forever” today and every day!

Christa P.
Creative Intern

P.S. Comment below to tell us who YOU would pass this amazing legacy to!


1,127 thoughts on “How Would $1 Million A Year “Forever” Change Your Family’s Life?”

  1. Stancio Butler says:

    Hi Christa & you know what, I think that I will join the husband and wife team of the Oshea Family right now so that we all will pass our $100,000.00 legacy to my father Stanley Earl Butler right away!

  2. Helen Leu says:

    i WOULD PASS IT DOWN TO MY CHILDRE ESPECIALLY MY Youngust
    son who has many proublems and some to others I know who despertly need help and then when my son has all he needs he could help his two Brothers and one sister.It would be great to know they are all being taken care of

  3. Larry G. Brock says:

    If we won the Forever Prize, first I’d pay off all my debt and fix up my home. I’d pass the amazing legacy to my daughter cause she’d be like me and always help our family. We’d help a lot of the charities here and some of people that are really in bad situations that live here. It would really be a wonderful blessing to receive and give!!!

  4. kenneth lucas says:

    I would pass my legacy to my wife tricia

  5. Martina Gonzalez says:

    I would pass it on too my dear daughter who hopefully would share it with her little brother…This would be a true blessing….I plan on sticking around to see my kids turn out to be a successful leader, nurse, lawyer, doctor, police officer, artist, teacher, driver,etc…….just whatever there young hearts desire….

  6. kenneth lucas says:

    1,000.000.00 every year forlife contest if I won I would be the happest man alive I wouldnt half to rent a house I would buy one still make donations to charitys and shop at pch.com

  7. Amanda C. Amanda C. says:

    WOW! Everyone has such beautiful plans for what they would do if they won “Forever”! Best of luck and remember to keep entering every single day! :)

  8. Dee Dee says:

    I would leave it to the name of my grandma since I dont have any children. I would do that because it would be nice to know that her name would be listed as an honorary millionaire even if she doesnt get to spend it. The legacy she has placed in me is worth millions more. She is such a beautiful woman. :)

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  10. Mrs. A.T. says:

    Hi! To keep harmony and since I’m not prepared to win this amazing prize, I would have to contact a lawyer and see how it could be divided between my children. I have a feeling they would have to wait a very long time to receive it as I’d be sticking around for quite a while!! I’m sure they all would be happy with me helping them out until then. And yes when it would be “my time” to leave, I would finally be ready, knowing that they would still be taken care of financially.

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