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2010 Year in Review Was Full of Touching Winning Moments

Here at PCH our 2010 Year in Review reveals many touching winning moments.

The 2010 Year in Review is a favorite topic these days. Business trends, natural disasters, clever inventions and notable sports victories are summarized by newspapers, websites, magazines and TV shows. Here at PCH our 2010 Year in Review reveals many touching winning moments.

Thousands of lucky entrants were selected as Publishers Clearing House winners this year. From PCH Search & Win to PCH Games, from online entries to entries by mail from our famous Bulletins, PCH Sweepstakes winners from all walks of life were surprised with good news that brightened their day, and in some cases, changed their lives.

The 2010 year in review was full of touching winning moments as the PCH Prize Patrol personally delivered over 20 of the major prizes, including three $1 Million SuperPrize awards plus others in amounts ranging from $5,000 to $100,000. Our lucky 2010 millionaire winners were Marilyn Ragin of Florida, Joe Beane of Las Vegas, NV, and Julie Laughlin of Michigan. You can watch their emotional winning moments on and you can read about the Publishers Clearing House winners here at the PCH Blog by clicking on their names above.

The really big news of the moment as we look forward to 2011, is that you could win more than all of the 2010 SuperPrize winners combined because Publishers Clearing House is kicking off the New Year with a huge $1 Million A Year For Life SuperPrize promotion. That’s right – it’s not a typo – One Million Dollars A Year For Life! This special prize event is a limited time offer that ends on February 15th, so hurry! If there’s a match to a winning number from this special promotion, the PCH Prize Patrol will be on the winner’s doorstep with a Super-Sized Big Check for One Million Dollars A Year For Life on February 28th!

A prize that huge would definitely make a winner’s Top 10 List of a 2011 Year in Review! But that’s not all … Our plans for the coming year include even more ways to win, with instant win contests, local awards, daily prizes and exclusive online giveaways in addition to our SuperPrizes, and that can lead to only one thing – even more fabulous winning moments!

So make sure you enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes today and every day for as many chances to win as possible. Maybe one of our big 2011 prizes could be yours.

Good Luck and Best Wishes for Happy New Year!

Deborah Holland PCHDeborah Holland

Executive Vice President

PCH Publishers Clearing House

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  1. Have I ever won in any PCH CONTEST? BofA a HAS AN ACCOUNT WITH 8 Mil call $$$-$$$-$$$$, act. #$$$$$$$$$ to confirm per Christopher J$$$$$$. If true a pin can be provided and tks for any updates, Supposedly won a Mercedes and money.

    1. Hi John! I’m sorry to tell you that was a scammer that contacted you, not the real PCH. It’s important to remember that PCH does not contact winners of a major prize via phone, text, email, mail, or on Social Media. Also, if anyone asks you for money for any reason to claim a prize, you can be sure they’re a scammer. Please don’t give them any money, or any personal information! Scammers are very sneaky and will use our good name and reputation to try to deceive people. Stopping them is a team effort so please report any and all scam contacts you receive to PCH at this link: We provide numerous videos, blogs, and tips to recognize these scammers here: Stay safe!

  2. Is it possible to win a prize back when y’all played in the mailing system, and the letter that was sent to you got stolen? And you ended up spending almost the entire time locked up? Is it possible to ask if it’s still there to be claimed? Or would it be given away? Cause it was a Single Selected winner. I played one time in the mail system and a week or so later I got a letter that had a Gold Seal and the Amount was at the top. I opened it and asked my mama to read it and see if it was a real thing. And that same day like 30 minutes later I was picked up for failure to pay costs and fines at the courthouse.. But they should be a record about this.

    1. Hello Joshua! Thank you for contacting PCH. In order for us to assist you with your question we will need a bit more information. We kindly ask that you contact us at your convenience. Our customer service representatives may be reached at between Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 11 PM & Saturday 8:30 AM to 5 PM Eastern Time. You may also reach out by using our Digital Assistant that can also be found at the link we provided. We look forward to hearing from you.