How to Update Your Security Settings On Facebook!

Hi PCH Fans! Do you love being on social media just as much as I do? Do you find yourself checking out the PCH Fan Page on Facebook for exciting posts, the latest winning opportunities or information about the newest PCH SuperPrize? I sure hope you answered YES! But, as much as we want to make […]

Behind The Scenes At Our 2015 PCH Holiday Party

It’s the holiday season – a time to enjoy with friends and family. Here at PCH, we look forward to our annual celebration with co-workers, who are like “work-family.” The 2015 PCH holiday party was filled with fun, good cheer, and a whole lot of surprises! Lucky you, since you’re a reading the PCH blog, you […]

2015: The Year in Winning at Publishers Clearing House!

So, how was your year? 2015 has been a blast for Publishers Clearing House, and especially for the PCH Prize Patrol! You might even call it “The Year of Winning” (but then again, isn’t every year?!) Our blue-blazered team has been busy traveling the map, giving away money left and right! In fact, this year […]

Real People Don’t Win from PCH, Do They? Of Course They Do!

If you think real people don’t win from PCH, think again! In this blog you’ll hear from tons of real fans who are proof-positive that people can (and do!) win at Publishers Clearing House! Greetings, fans and friends, “PCH is real!” I read more and more comments like that from fans like you every time […]

Motivational Monday: How Winning Could Help YOU Make A Difference!

Motivational Monday is here again! Time sure does fly. Last week we visited with some of our past winners to see how their big prizes had changed their lives for the better. I hope it was very inspirational for all of you, and fun to read.  Isn’t it fascinating to see how winning a big prize […]

How Would You Like Some Good News from the Prize Patrol?

Nicholas Kristof, a frequent op-ed columnist for The New York Times (the paper whose motto is “All the news that’s fit to print”), recently wrote about how journalists tend to speak out about war, scandals and disasters.  He himself pleads guilty to overlooking important things happening in the world that are truly good news. I […]