Accessibility Statement


A “Personal Health” column in The New York Times from a few months ago discussed the hidden cost of commuting to work by car.  It wasn’t concerned with the price of gas or vehicle maintenance but the costlier toll it can take on a driver’s well-being.  Lengthy commutes can produce stress, anxiety, depression, social isolation and other maladies.

I say, who needs that?   Better you should win a giant cash prize in the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes, like our new $7,000 A Week “Set For Life” Prize, so you can quit your job and quit commuting!  If you win in our Special Early Look event on April 30th, you can get rid of that old clunker you drive to work and buy a snazzy convertible for fun in the sun or a sporty SUV for endless weekends of relaxation and recreation.  And you can kiss stress goodbye.


Does this sound appealing?  I bet it does.  I’ve gotten to know hundreds of winners of giant cash prizes from the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes and, without exception, they prefer winning a Big Check over a measly paycheck and a lousy commute any day of the week.

Let me tell you something else about our winners: they are positive thinkers. They think “Someone has got to win: Why not me?”  So they take advantage of every chance they have to enter the PCH Sweepstakes – and lo and behold they win!

Now I can’t promise that entering every day (as our rules allow) will bring the PCH Prize Patrol to your door — with roses, balloons and a Big Check.  But if you don’t enter I can promise you this: you will not win.

So enter today at And maybe your commuting to work will become “history.”

Wishing you the best of luck.

Dave Sayer

Dave Sayer     
Prize Patrol Ambassador

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