Wow! What an exciting few days it has been! Last Friday, the Prize Patrol awarded $5,000 A Week “Forever” — the seventh and final SuperPrize from Giveaway 4900! And because this is Publishers Clearing House, where the chances to win millions never stop, we’re ready to introduce an exciting, new PCH giveaway number to all of you. Let’s take a moment and welcome Giveaway 6900, the next big ongoing SuperPrize giveaway at Publishers Clearing House.
In true PCH fashion, Giveaway 6900 will be getting right to work, making winners before you know it! Enter and you could win $7,000 A Week For Life on April 29th from Giveaway 6900. And that’s just the beginning! Since PCH officials often take “special early looks” for winners from our ongoing SuperPrize giveaways, I am sure there will be many, many happy SuperPrize winners from Giveaway 6900 before it comes to an end.
Now, if this has you wondering what that means for you as a Publishers Clearing House fan, please allow me to explain. When we start a new Giveaway here at Publishers Clearing House, it is assigned a giveaway number. Giveaway numbers help us easily distinguish our promotions from each other. Each PCH giveaway has a start date and an end date. But, never fear, when it’s time for one giveaway number to end, there’s always a new ongoing giveaway up and running for our fans to enter from!
So even though the giveaway numbers on your email notices from Publishers Clearing House have changed, our guarantee to award all prizes as offered remains the same. Plus, a new giveaway number is an opportunity for PCH to name MORE winners!
Now that we’ve welcomed Giveaway 6900, who will be the first SuperPrize winner from it? No one knows yet! Keep visiting your favorite PCH online sites and keep entering and it could be … YOU!
To new beginnings!
PCH Online Creative
P.S. Remember, the first Special Early Look winner from Giveaway 6900 will be named on April 29th, and it will be here before you know it. Make sure you enter as often as you can for your chance to win.
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