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How To Change Your Name & Address At Publishers Clearing House

Hello PCH Fans!

 How many of you have ever had to change your name or address in the past and felt the hassle of making sure all your accounts were up-to-date? (I had such a struggle with this when I moved into my apartment a few years ago!) Well, never fear loyal fans! I am here today to tell you that changing your name or address at Publishers Clearing House is SUPER easy!

 In the past few weeks, we’ve seen numerous questions from our fans asking us how they can update this information, so we figured what better way to spread the word than on our blog! And this is word we definitely want to spread – after all, we want to make sure all of you can continue to enjoy the winning opportunities here at PCH!

 So how do you change your name and address at Publishers Clearing House? Well, that depends if you’re talking about promotional emails or postal mailings. Let’s take a look at promotional emails first.

How to change your name & address for promotional emails:

To change your information online, please visit our website at To view the information we currently have on file, log in using the “Sign In” option at the top of the page, then click on “My Account”. Once you click on the link above, log in and use the “My Account” button to edit your information! Simply enter your changes in the appropriate fields and click on “Update” to save your changes.

Since our promotional emails are prepared in advance, please allow up to 10 days for your any changes to take effect.

How to change your name & address for postal mailings:

how to change your name and address at Publishers Clearing House

I’m happy to report that this is also very easy to do! To change your name or address for Publishers Clearing House correspondence (sent via the United States Postal Service or Canada Post), please provide us with both your old and new address information using our “Ask Us” form.

 Because our mailings are prepared in advance, please allow approximately 6-8 weeks for your new address to take effect.

 So PCH fans, we hope we have answered the question “How do I change my name and address information at Publishers Clearing House?” If you have any other questions, please let us know. It’s very important to us that we have the most current, up-to-date information for each and every one of you so you’ll never miss an opportunity to win!

 Victoria C.

PCH Creative

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    1. Hello Gloria, 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 We look forward to hearing from you.

  1. My new address is $$$$$ dr everett $$ $$$$ the phone for the house is 425 3$$ $$$$ my name is Andy, I no longer live at $$$$ ne182 st lake $$$$ that address has changed to $$$$ larlin dr $$$$ wa $$$$.

  2. I moved on July 20; it’s the same city and state. I called you guys to tell you then, and they said okay, no problem, so… but before I moved, I would get mail from you guys every day. What happened? Am I not on the list any more? with everything I buy from publishers cleared for over 3 years? What happened to your getting so close? Know no more. I am very disappointed. Yes, I will resend the things I ordered, but that is all, and I will pay all the bills off. What is happening? Lorraine $$$$$.

    1. Hello Lorraine, I would like to remind you that a purchase is never necessary to enter or to win. In fact, most of our major prize winners won as a result of a non-order entry. We really mean it when we say that it’s free to enter and free to win. I encourage you to keep trying and don’t give up. There are multiple ways to enter and every entry has the same fair chance of winning. To see them all, click here: At Publishers Clearing House your Satisfaction is our number one priority. If we can be of further assistance, please contact us at We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.