How Would YOU React if You Won From Publishers Clearing House?

The “Win It All” prize is here, and it’s ready to make someone’s dreams come true on June 30th! This amazing SuperPrize has not 1, not 2, but 3 incredible parts that will blow your mind! $2 MILLION DOLLARS upfront – YES, on the spot – no waiting! $10,000 A Month – every single month […]

“Guess Who’s Standing in Front of Me?” PCH Surprises Missouri Winner!

On the Prize Patrol’s recent trip to Jefferson City, Missouri, we heard $25,000.00 winner Anise Colvin ask the above question three times.  Each time she was phoning a family member to share the exciting news. First Anise called her daughter, then her father, then her son.  Each of them responded “I dunno.  Who?” “Publishers Clearing […]

Throwback Thursday: A Look At How The Prize Patrol Has Changed!

Happy Thursday, blog readers! Can you believe that the PCH Prize Patrol has been around for just about 26 years now (WOW – where did the time go?!) Although we’re always thinking of ways to keep things fresh and exciting at Publishers Clearing House, it’s also nice to look back on how it all started […]

Does Anyone Ever Win Prizes With Tokens At PCH? YES!

Greetings, fans and friends, We often get the question…“does anyone ever win prizes with tokens at PCH?” And the answer is a resounding YES! Of course they do! In fact, every single month we post a list of Token Exchange Winners here on the blog. These lucky fans redeemed their tokens for chances to win … and […]

This Publishers Clearing House Texas Winner Has a Winning Secret!

As you know, we love awarding prizes all over the country, and surprising Publishers Clearing House Texas winners is always a good time for our Prize Patrol! We’ve had some great winner stories come from this state, and Betty Winkler’s reaction was no exception. Betty won $10,000 from Gwy #4901 at the end of April, and […]

ENRICHING SUGGESTIONS FROM THE PCH PRIZE PATROL

Recently business reporters seem to be talking more and more about the demise of newspapers – brought about by shrinking circulations, reduced advertising revenue and rising production costs.  It also seems that people are turning more and more to electronic news and e-books to keep themselves informed and entertained. While I feel a tug of […]