Three HUGE Choices!

Finally Election Day 2016 is here!   After a year and a half of campaigning – which was exhausting for all of us as well as the candidates — the “race for the White House” is almost over.

If you are eligible to vote and have not yet gone to the polls, make sure you do so!  We are all faced with a tremendously important choice.  The outcome of this election – and the many “down ballot” results — will affect our country, the world and you.

OK: Your voting today is the first important choice, one to be made in the next few hours.

Then there’s a second choice – which involves one of the most fabulous prizes in Publishers Clearing House history: “Winner’s Choice.

The second choice facing you today and every day until the entry deadline is: Do you enter the sweepstakes or not?  If you don’t enter you will lose for sure.  If you do enter the result could be life-changing.

And now the third choice: If you win the “Winner’s Choice” prize just weeks from now – in our December 23rd Special Early Look prize event — you will be faced with this enviable choice: Would you like:

$10,000.00 a Week for Life 

OR

 $10,000,000.00 All At Once (That’s Ten Million Dollars!)

???

winners-choice-prize

Wow!!!  What a choice!  And what a bundle.  Two days before Christmas the Prize Patrol might need Santa Claus’s sleigh to deliver something that big!

So there you have it:  Three choices – two of which you can make today!

Just imagine being faced with that third choice:  Would you choose $10,000 a Week for Life or Ten Million Dollars?  Phew!   That should give you a lot to dream about – instead of mere sugar-plums envisioned in ‘The Night Before Christmas.”

Well, dreams do come true  – as our huge family of Big Check winners can assure you.  But they will never come true if you don’t enter the PCH Sweepstakes!  So enter today and every day (link here).  On December 23rd the “Winner’s Choice” could be yours.

Sweet dreams and good luck.

Dave Sayer
PCH Prize Patrol Ambassador

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