PCH Sweepstakes Could Bring Golden Globes Style Excitement To Your Front Door!

Imagine. It’s February 28th and the Prize Patrol is in your area, getting ready to give away the $5,000 A Week “Forever” prize.  (You know that one – if you win, $5,000 a week for your life, plus after that, $5,000 a week for the life of someone you choose). You’ve been entering the PCH Sweepstakes for years, and finally, this could be your big break.  You can just feel that this time the Big Check will be coming to YOUR front door.

But how would you prepare to accept your award?  The acceptance of such a prize should be a memorable one, should it not?  Like the recipient of a Golden Globe, why not dress in an extravagant outfit or prepare a moving acceptance speech for such an unforgettable moment?

Now imagine again – Your doorbell rings, you hear a knock, open the door, and what do you see?  Bright lights, a roaring crowd, Prize Patrol rolling out a big red carpet  leading up to the big check.  You walk down the red carpet, cameras flashing photos of your stunning outfit, cheering your name, as you are handed a check for $5,000 Every Week “Forever.” Your speech moved the crowd to tears and holding the check above your head, they chant your name as Prize Patrol showers you in flowers and champagne.

OK well we may be exaggerating the tears and chanting just a bit, but what we’re not exaggerating is that the experience would be SPECTACULAR!

The Golden Globes are just a few days away, but we can’t help but look ahead to our February 28th $5,000 A Week “Forever” prize event! Just close your eyes and keep imagining that Big Check at your door, and accepting it in grand fashion. But don’t let that imagining keep you from searching today and every day  — remember, with your first search, you’ll automatically get entered to win the PCH Sweepstakes!

Good luck,

Nick P.


21 thoughts on “PCH Sweepstakes Could Bring Golden Globes Style Excitement To Your Front Door!”

  1. Tonya Tucker says:

    Tonya Tucker accept
    My winning

  2. Gary Gruber says:

    Would be wounderful

  3. Carla M Antee says:

    PCH Bring the Forever Prize to my Door

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  5. Lydia Caton says:

    I am very excited. I can feel gods favor today.

  6. Gene Bryant says:

    It would be one of the most wonderful events of my life as I would gladly help other I know to be in dire straits. There is not greater joy than to share with other needy people. If God seeks fit to grant such through PCH I would not hesitate to find people in need. Thank you. God bless.

  7. JAMES VINCENT says:

    come tomorrow frday 28 feb.2014 i expect to see the whole pch prize patol sat mny door. jim

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  9. Joye Hamilton says:

    Hey Nick, Has anyone ever told you that you have a great way with words?

    Actually saw myself giving that “Thank You” speech & sipping on the Bubbly!!!

    Everyday that my old laptop doesn’t make whirring & screeching noises, I get online & enter all the PCH games & sweepstakes that I possibly can! It’s so much fun. Some days I get to do a lot & others I barely get much done!

    Like you hear every winner say, “If you don’t enter, you can’t win!”

    Take Good Care as you move through the new year!

    Sincerely, Joye H.OKC,OK

  10. Betty Robbins says:

    EXCITED For The New Year.

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