The Sound of Big Money?

Often you hear the expression “Ca-ching!” — when a quantity of money suddenly presents itself.  It’s someone’s verbal attempt to sound like an old cash register opening up to reveal lots of singles, fives, tens and larger bills inside.

Now … if a cashier reaches in the drawer, pulls out a quantity of green stuff and hands it to you, you’d feel “pretty good,” right?

NOW … just imagine that “Ca-ching” magnified by a hundred or a thousand times so that you are suddenly holding a jackpot worth thousands or millions of dollars!  I’ll bet that you’d feel more than “pretty good.”   (If it was me on the receiving end I’d be “over the moon!”)

Having presented Big Checks totaling a quarter-billion dollars to lucky PCH Sweepstakes winners I can tell you I’ve heard countless expressions – ranging from pure gratefulness to the Almighty, to plain incredulousness, to giddy delight, to tearful relief that financial weights have been lifted.  Some people utter unprintable exclamations of shock while others get weak-kneed and gasp for breath.  Then there are some who are so stunned to see the Prize Patrol at the door that they are totally speechless.

PCH Prize Patrol Surprise
 

So, let’s just imagine that the Prize Patrol presents YOU with roses, balloons and a Big Check (with YOUR name on it).  Tell me: What words would YOU use to express your reaction?  You can respond with your “Comment” in the “Leave A Reply” box at the end of this blog.

We’d love to hear from you.  And I bet you’d love to see us in person!  Well, it could happen!  Remember, giveaway #4900 is ending, and we’re definitely awarding our legacy-making $5,000.00 A Week “Forever” prize this February. If you win, that would mean $5,000.00 a week for your life, plus after that, $5,000.00 a week for the life of someone you choose!

So make sure you enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes every chance you get – and we could show up some beautiful day and say “Ca-ching” big time!

WIN FOREVER
 

Wishing you the best of luck.

Dave Sayer
PCH Prize Patrol Ambassador

 

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