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“Downsize? I want to Upsize!!!”

These days there are loads of articles in magazines and newspapers about “downsizing,” the process in which folks approaching retirement or “senior citizenship” move to smaller quarters and get rid of lots of stuff they have accumulated over the years.

Well, that’s fine for some people.  But many others might say …

“Downsize?  The heck with that!  I’ve been living in really tight quarters all my life!  And after years and years of struggle I would surely love some ‘stuff” — like the finer things in life.  I want to ‘upsize’!!!!”

Whatever your age, if that’s the way YOU feel, you’ve come to the right place: Publishers Clearing House, “the house where dreams come true.”

Our Prize Patrol has visited over a thousand winners with Big Checks, and I can assure you that virtually all of them have welcomed the opportunity to finally “get out from under” the angst of financial pressure.  What an enormous comfort to have a bank account big enough to pay off those pesky bills that keep you awake at night!  And what a pleasure it would be to walk into a store and buy something that your budget never allowed before.  Want to take a vacation?  Or quit your job?  Or give money to a friend or relative or charity? With a PCH Sweepstakes prize worth thousands or millions of dollars, why not?

Don’t get me wrong; there can be some advantages to “downsizing” – like less things to worry about or easier household upkeep.  But if you’d like to experience “upsizing” – like new “digs” or new clothes or a new car or pursuit of a new interest, then you should enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes today and every day – like so many of our winners have done before.  Remember, our $5,000 A Week “Forever” prize is guaranteed to be awarded in just a few weeks – a prize that pays $5,000 every week for a winner’s life plus, after that, $5,000 a week for the life of someone a winner chooses.

Win $5,000 a week Forever

Here’s hoping things will be looking UP for you soon.

Dave Sayer
PCH Prize Patrol Ambassador


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