Play To Win! Don’t Let Your Chances to Win $$$ Blow Away

It seems like every few months that much-honored 1939 movie “Gone With The Wind” (based on the classic Civil War novel) shows up on TV.  Even without watching it I am reminded of the film’s famous words — when Scarlett O’Hara cries after Rhett Butler walks out: “I can’t think about this now … I’ll think about it tomorrow.”

Well, no one really knows whether Scarlett succeeded in getting Rhett back.  But procrastination surely wasn’t a promising way to get started.

The same goes for playing the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes.  If you put off entering our fabulous contest by saying “I’ll think about it tomorrow,” you will not be showing the “stuff” of a winner.  I have met hundreds of PCH winners over the years and can tell you that the folks who seize the opportunity to enter and play to win are the ones who actually do win.

Yes, occasionally a fortunate individual enters only once and experiences “beginner’s luck” winning a Big Check worth thousands, even millions of dollars!  But the great majority of winners have entered religiously (yes, sometimes prayerfully) in hopes that just one of many entries will be the life-changing one.

A great thing about Publishers Clearing House is that we give you opportunities every day to “play and win.”  Yes, every day you can enter our famous sweepstakes at pch.com and go for a multi-million dollar SuperPrize.  And anytime you conduct an online search you can visit PCHSearch&Win for more chances to win.  Plus there’s fun to be had and even more prizes at PCHLotto, PCHFrontpage and more.

If you’d like even more encouragement, you can view a multitude of our “winning moments” by going to the PCH Prize Patrol page on YouTube.

Don’t let today’s opportunities to win be “gone with the wind.”  Don’t be like poor Scarlett O’Hara and put off until tomorrow what you can easily do today.  Get started right now and play to win!

Wishing you the best of luck,

Dave Sayer
PCH Prize Patrol Ambassador

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