What would YOU do with $1,000,000 A Year “Forever”?

Yes, you’re right:  that IS a LOT of money – the largest prize Publishers Clearing House has ever offered!

Imagine getting One Million smackers a year, year after year … FOR LIFE! Plus then after that, One Million Dollar annual payments would continue for someone you hold dear! Why, spending that much money would almost seem like a job in itself – a DREAM job!  Allow me to make a few suggestions …

Why not shop for a cozy little new home … one like THIS for instance?

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 Then, of course, you might want to pick out a few simple pieces of furniture …

No, no … we’re not finished yet. Remember, if you win, every year for the rest of your life would bring ANOTHER Million Dollars to spend! Somebody’s got to do the job!

Perhaps you’d like to take the vacations you’ve always dreamed about … where would you like to go?

How about Europe?  London … Paris … or maybe Venice, my own personal “dream destination”!

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Is a sun-drenched island getaway more your style? Just bring your bathing suit – if you win, you can shop for a new “resort” wardrobe once you get there …

But you know, I’ve come to know one thing about valued PCH Blog followers like you.  With you, the “all about me” attitude just doesn’t apply.

Really: you’re always planning and worrying about how to help your loved ones, right? That’s why you should go for this incredible “Forever” prize. Because remember, those annual payments would continue for someone you hold dear!

That’s right: you could enjoy a lifetime of financial security for yourself … AND for someone special to you! Who would that person be?

Your husband or wife?  You’d know that your life’s partner would always be taken care of if you won.

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A child or grandchild? Wouldn’t that be a fabulous legacy?

Seems like I’ve asked you a lot of questions in this blog … and that’s because we really want to know the ideas YOU might have for spending a $1,000,000 A Year “Forever” Prize. Please do us a favor, and add them to the “Comments” section below.

But most important of all, enter to win this stupendous “Forever” Fortune right now and every day until February 20th in our Special Early Look event.  Because any “Forever” prize entry just might bring THESE guys to your door on February 28th!

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Dare to dream, my friends … enter to win right NOW!

Marybeth H.

PCH Creative Department

P.S. Did you hear that PCHgames just crowned its newest Fan Appreciation winner? And this lucky lady won all because she commented on the Play&Win blog! It’s true! Find out more about it — and our lucky winner — on today’s Play&Win blog!

Other blogs you may like:

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

Introducing $1,000,000 A Year “Forever!”


1,255 thoughts on “What would YOU do with $1,000,000 A Year “Forever”?”

  1. deanna terry says:

    relax with my family

  2. Gertrude Harris says:

    This would be great. Have been playing for over 40 yrs. What a prize.

  3. Billi Jo Jenney says:

    My family would be taken care of and my grand kids would all have there education paid for so they can have the life i only dreamed of . My husband and i would do some traveling and buy our dream home for ourselves and my Daughter would have her dream home

  4. Jerry Huebner says:

    add your comment here

  5. Elizabeth Lauderdale says:

    I would buy a house then get a new vehicle since mine is not reliable with four kids. Pay all my bills off and help my mom pay her bils off to since she is behind. Then I would donate some money to a charity and donate money to the schools in my town because they really can’t afford much.

  6. pam bourasa says:

    Sure would like to win it. It would be a great birthday present.

  7. Diane Beaudoin says:

    Pay off my mortgage, all my bills, give to my family and charities.

  8. I probably would give it to my children all seven of them. My life has been wonderful with my husband. I would pay if forward to them hoping they would do the same for their children in the future.

  9. Tamara Wiley says:

    I have had many health challenges over the last 10 years, while I was in college and since I have graduated. These continued health problems have left me unable to work. So, I would pay off all my student loans, put some money aside to continue living a modest lifestyle, and then donate the money to the charities I volunteer at or know are honest.

  10. stewart small says:

    let down is all i no

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