Three “Strikes” You’re IN?

Of course you’ve heard the old saying that “good things come in threes.” Think about it. Who doesn’t love a three-course dinner. And if you rub a genie out of a lamp? That’s three wishes for you! Even Earth’s the THIRD planet from the sun. In my house, three wheels on a tricycle means my three-year-old can ride a bike. (And speaking of…I’ll take a three-year-old any day over a “terrible two,” how about you?)

Anyway, it’s amazing once you start to look for it. You can see the number three just about anywhere–in sports (the three-second rule in basketball, the three events in a triathalon) and literature (The Three Musketeers, Goldilocks and The Three Bears) and more.

At Publishers Clearing House, we’re pretty excited about threes ourselves. After all, how many members make up the Prize Patrol Elite? You got it: Dave, Danielle and Todd make THREE!

Now at PCHSearch&Win, we’re also climbing onto the “threes” bandwagon. Because today you’re going to get THREE entries for the Initials contest! That’s right! If your set of initials are the winning initials, you could be a winner–with three times the chances to win when you search today!

But you better hurry up. Today’s a special day to triple your chances. The end of the contest is approaching quickly, it is next month! That’s just around the bend! You may not get that many more chances to enter, so why not take this one!

Is the third time really a charm? Enter today and see for yourself!

Good luck!!

Francine L.

PCH Creative

P.S. Can you think of some other things that come in threes? Comment here and let me know what you come up with! And hey–that might be a GREAT way for you to use PCHSearch&Win today, searching out other places where lucky number three pops up. Remember: You’ve got nothing to lose–and three chances to win!


11 thoughts on “Three “Strikes” You’re IN?”

  1. Kristi Burkhalter says:

    Awesome

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