Score 5X Tokens On All Word Games At PCHgames Today!

Love to play word games and love to “score” tokens? Well you’re in luck because PCHgames has a special suprise for you! Read below!

Did you know each and every year, a single day is devoted to celebrating the glory of semicolons, commas and hyphens? Good news becuase that day is today! National Punctuation Day is here, and in true Publishers Clearing House style we want to celebrate by presenting you with a special treat!

You see friends, in honor of National Punctuation Day, you will have the chance to take on any one of our fun, challenging word games: Crossword, Hangman, Spellbound, Spliterature or Wordsearch — and you’ll automatically receive NOT 1X, NOT 2X, NOT 3X, NOT 4X, BUT 5X tokens! Don’t question it — make a dash to rack up 5X the Tokens. And remember, tokens can be traded in for sweepstakes entries!

Since we communicate faster than ever these days, through tweets, texts and facebook updates, today is the day to perhaps slow down with the help of a comma or two, to commemorate just how important punctuation truly is. Say, do you have a favorite punctuation mark? I know my go-to punctuation mark is the Exclamation Point. Can you guess why? It’s easy! Because here at Publishers Clearing House we’re always awarding big cash prizes and the excitment never ends!!!

Speaking of games, it’s time to put your punctuation skills to the test. My friend Rich in the Creative Department here at Publishers Clearing House Headquarters in Port Washington, NY was kind enough to help me put together this fun quiz.

Take a look at the fun pictures below and tell me what types of punctuation you see. List your answers in the comment section below. I’m looking forward to see who gets them all!

Good Luck!

Matt S.
PCH Creative

P.S. One of my favorite holidays is just around the corner. Halloween is but a few weeks away.  What if National Punctuation Day was like Halloween? Which punctuation mark would you dress up as? Comment below and let us know!


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Sign of admiration said...

PCH
Answer: Zero, Question Mark, Sign of admiration. Very well improbization .Thanks MCH

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Karen Norton said...

#1 Quotation marks

#2 Question mark

#3 Exclamation mark

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Lauralee Hensley said...

1) Parenthesis 2)Question Mark 3) Exclamation point.

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Lauralee Hensley said...

1) Parenthesis
2) Question Mark
3) Exclamation point

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2 Question Mark
3 Exclamation Point

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Rachel said...

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Richard Glenner said...

Parenthesis
Question Mark
Exclamation point

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Brenda Kuehnau said...

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2.Question Mark

3.Exclamation Point.

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PATRICIA CASERTA said...

1. (Parenthesis)

2. Question mark?

3. Exclamation point!

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Marty Cumper Wood said...

1. parenthesis
2. question mark
3. exclamation point

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