It Doesn’t Matter What Your Name Is — Your Set Of Initials Could Make YOU A Winner!

Hello PCHSearch&Win friends!

Congratulations to Leroy Faulks of Orange NJ, who won the Mega Prize this past Wednesday! What a thrill for him and his family!

While Leroy will undoubtedly be celebrating for years to come, it’s time for the rest of us to look ahead to more exciting PCH winning opportunities! Here’s something you might not know, your set of initials could make you a cash winner!

It doesn’t take a unique or special name to get a chance to become a winner in the Publishers Clearing House initials contest … all you need is a set of initials!

Here’s how it works: Publishers Clearing House will definitely award 676 cash prizes of $100.00 ― one for each of the 676 possible sets of initials! Yes, you could win! It doesn’t matter if your name is something zany like Horton McZeuss, Quentin Canklefritz or Harvey Sunshine, or something more familiar like… John Doe or Mary Smith. Today when you search at PCHSearch&Win you’ll get an entry for this cool cash prize!

Plus, there’s another exciting prize opportunity available to searchers at PCHSearch&Win today ― the chance to enter for $3 Million for Dream Home! What would your Dream Home look like? Would you choose a sprawling farmhouse in a rural setting, an upscale colonial in suburbia, or maybe even a chic apartment in the city? Whatever the home of your dreams may be, when you search today, you’ll get an entry for $3 Million that could make it a reality!

Keep searching every day and you could end up becoming a winner!  And please leave me a note below, I would love to hear from you!

Keep on searching!

Elaina R.
PCH Creative

P.S. Have You Voted In THE GIVE BACK Yet?
Publishers Clearing House is going to award a “Big Check” for $25,000.00 to a deserving charity chosen by PCH Fans! Voting ends on Sunday, so make sure you log onto Facebook and visit the PCH Fan Page now. The three charities remaining are Stand Up For Kids, ASPCA, and Operation Homefront. You can vote daily, and each time you vote you can get an entry for a chance to win $5,000.00. Choose the charity you like the most and get a chance to win cash! But hurry, there are only 3 days left!


43 thoughts on “It Doesn’t Matter What Your Name Is — Your Set Of Initials Could Make YOU A Winner!”

  1. Amanda Collins says:

    Pch I would like my initials to be the next winner.

  2. OH MY THANK YOU PCH, PRAISE FOR A CHANCE.

  3. Carlos Rios says:

    You know I Can’t wait for my Dream’s to come true so like that I Can take good Care of my family and my kids and grandkids I also would like to pay out all of my bill’s and don’t have to worry about anything…anyway like I always say you have to be in it to win it. So good luck and God bless to all.. :) :) :) :)

  4. marsha Hynes says:

    I would love to win this prize!

  5. Carlos Rios says:

    I Realty hope and pray that I get to ” Win IT ALL ” becouse I keep on having this same Dream of being the next big Winner of Publishers Clearing House. And I Realty hope that this Dream Come true. So good luck and God bless to all

  6. Charles Wenck says:

    I ALWAYS THOUGHT C.W. WERE LUCKY!

  7. aileen says:

    dear pch I wont to win and I search every day and I tack care of my mother all by my self and no help from my sisters or my brothers and I do every thing for her and going to the stores and picking up her meds that she takes and do all the cooking for her so she want get hurt or bruned on the stove and its hard for me to do some searching on the emails that you sent me so I can win this dream house. aileen

  8. I am looking forward to winning

  9. Nikilla Fair says:

    I feel that I was born to be rich so PCH make it happen for me PLEEAASSEE! My husband and I have 6 children to put through college and a big win would definitely help

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