Blog Readers Speak Out – “It’s Free, So Keep Trying!”

There are very few things in life that are FREE, right? There’s the air, warmth from the sun, advice from your friends…and entries into the Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes!

As an avid blog reader yourself, obviously you know that entering Publishers Clearing House is 100% free. We still like to remind people of our free sweepstakes, however, because it’s just so amazing! And it isn’t just our big SuperPrize that’s free, it’s EVERY…SINGLE…CONTEST THAT WE HAVE! From our lifetime prize sweepstakes on down to our Fast $50 giveaways. No matter how you slice it, entries into all of our prizes are free…and worth getting excited about!

At PCH Headquarters, we talk about our prizes all the time. But since we can’t win, we love to read the comments from our Blog readers to let us know how excited people are! All of your comments are truly inspiring, and we always look forward to sharing them with one another. It’s great to hear about our readers’ faith and dreams, because it’s such a great reminder that anything is truly possible!

We think fellow PCH Blog reader Kari R. put it best (in her comment from January 5th about how she was hopeful about winning a $100,000 prize):

$100,000 is A LOT of money! How exciting is it to imagine all that money! I would first invest in my home for my family. What is left I would invest in my rescue farm! Love to keep dreaming that one day I’ll be able to fulfill some of these dreams! All these chances at PCH and they are all free to enter! Seriously, why wouldn’t I keep trying! I have a lot of hope and faith here in West Virginia! How about you? Good luck to everyone and much love from a small town in WV.

I think Kari R. has the right attitude! Any amount of money would be great, and every dollar can help you get closer to realizing your dreams.

I encourage you blog readers to just stay the course, keep entering our free sweepstakes, and keep resting on your hope and faith! It’s going to happen to someone, right? Why couldn’t it be YOU?

If you weren’t the winner of our recent February 24th SuperPrize, don’t worry, there’s always another event around the corner! You have nothing to lose, so keep trying! As long as Publishers Clearing House is around, we’re going to continue to give away prizes, changing lives and helping people realize their dreams.

But as I like to say at the end of most of my blogs, you have to be in it to win it! So make sure you ARE in it, because that way, instead of you congratulating winners on the blog, your fellow blog readers could be congratulating YOU! Best of luck!

Matt K.
PCH Creative

P.S. If you won $100,000, what would you use it for? Tell us in the comments below!


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  1. If I Won $100,000 Id like to buy a 3bed room 2bath home, new car, give back ( give to Charities) pay bills off, help others, invest.

  2. It would be amazing to win, I was recently diagnosed with Stage 3 Kidney Disease at age 31. I could use it to help pay for my medical bills or help my husband with household bills for when I have to start going to dialysis! I love playing the games. Thanks for the opportunities!

  3. I would be happy to win 7000 a week for life but I would definitely settle for 1 million . I just need to get out of my neighborhood ASAP. in it to win it for life .

  4. Do you notify winners through Instagram?few minutes ago receive a message claiming it was Danielle lam. saying i won 10,000 but there was up front fee 200 dollars . the account looks real legit . for give me for being skeptical but i play and i know they don’t email or make you pay any fees. and the show up at your door. any details or info someone can give me if i was truly a winner?

    1. Hello Andrew, that is definitely a scammer who contacted you! PCH will never send friend requests, private messages, or winner notifications via Instagram; we also never ask for money to claim a prize. Do not give this person any personal information and certainly do not send them any money!! Instead, report them to PCH by completing a Scam Incident Report. Here’s how: Check out this FAQ for info on how to stop scammers from contacting you on Facebook: Please be careful everyone; don’t become a scammer’s victim!

  5. i would use it to pay off some debts from my cancer bills and then donate to the less fortunate children that have to seek help from st judes.

    1. Hello Andrew, we are thrilled that you’re so eager and determined to win! You’ve got to be “in it to win it” so keep trying and don’t give up. All of our winners are randomly selected and every entry has the same chance of winning; there’s no way to know who we’re going to surprise next.