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Publishers Clearing House Has a New Address In Jericho!

Hey Blog Readers,

I’m so excited to report that Publishers Clearing House has a new address in Jericho!

That’s right, PCH headquarters is getting more space… moving to a bigger place… and that’s sure to put a smile on your face because it means we’ll have more room to come up with all the amazing winning experiences you love!

Oh, the excitement has been building so much that I just couldn’t box it up any longer! I had to come on the blog and share our news with you fans – with the hope that you’ll join us in the fun of looking forward to PCH being On The Move to even more extraordinary things!

And even though we aren’t going too far (it’s only about 20 minutes away from our current home in Port Washington), our newly designed space in Jericho is going to help us go further for you by better supporting our ability to grow our websites and content.  There will even be new facilities for communicating with our fans via video and social media!

Plus, as far as our new address goes, we’ve tried our best to keep the changes as minimal as possible to make it easy for fans like you to recognize… here’s a look at what’s changing:

Our current Customer Service address of 101 Winners Circle Port Washington, NY 11050 is changing to:

101 Winners Circle
Jericho, NY 11753

And our Headquarters is changing from 382 Channel Drive Port Washington, NY 11050 to:

300 Jericho Quadrangle, Dept. 300
Jericho, NY 11753

See, that’s easy to remember, isn’t it?  And now, when you see these updates in your mail, email and on our websites, I hope you’ll be as excited as I am knowing it means that some of your favorite PCHers are settling in and coming up with new ways for you to win big at our new desks in Jericho!

And speaking of your favorite PCHers, here’s a look at what some of them had to say about PCH being On The Move

I’m looking forward to a variety of new restaurants in the area, and I’ve already mapped a new route for the days when I ride my bicycle to work. – Russell S.

I’m really excited about the new state-of-the-art facility and all the mystery and promise that change brings!
– Tina P.

As you can see, we can’t wait for moving day!  We’ll keep you posted here on the Blog as Publishers Clearing House continues all the On The Move action.  In the meantime, please let me know below if you’ve ever moved… and if you’ve got any tips – I’d love to hear all about it!

Happy Travels!

Laurel U.
PCH Creative

P.S. Remember, no matter where we move, you can ALWAYS find us at!  Go get your entries in today!

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  1. Hello Joshua, Thank you for contacting PCH. In order for us to assist you with your question we will need a bit more information. We kindly ask that you contact us at your convenience. Our customer service representatives may be reached at We look forward to hearing from you.

  2. V.P. sue Williamson/PCH called from winners experiences/300 Jericho, quadrangle 3300 from PCH 929-596-$$$$ informing I won $2000.00/wk for life if I call that & give her my “prize” # 4258. I learned you never call ahead but use U.S.P.S. & or arrive @ our home to announce & award prizes.
    This msg. is F Y I.
    If by chance your rules have changed, then c’mon & award my prize.
    T Y ?

    1. Hello David, We certainly take the issue of scams and the illegal use of our name by scammers very seriously; that’s why we regularly educate our fans on what they can do to protect themselves. Unfortunately, scammers aren’t always easy to locate since many of them operate out of country. You can do your part to help us by reporting all scam contacts that you receive. Here’s how to report scammers on Facebook: and all other scam contacts can be reported to PCH via this link: The real PCH doesn’t notify our major prize winners via phone, standard mail, email, or social media, and we never ask for money to claim a prize. Stay safe everyone!

  3. I enjoy playing games and taking surveys but, now the response time is too long and then I get dropped. Are you planning to upgrade your servers? Otherwise, I will stop spending so much time here.

    Thank you.


  4. Trying to find out if my winnings is legitimate, I’ve spent $60,000.00 for a delivery that never took place, due to cancelling and rescheduling 29 times to date! And now they want another $1,600.00 again!

  5. Hi,
    I received a letter the other day from PCH, with the 101 Winners Circle, Jericho, New Jersey, NY. 11753 address. It says it’s “Prize of a Lifetime Gwy. 21000′ , awarded on Oct. 30th. It goes on to say, I am I receiving this because it is for “good friends selected only for this “Advanced Announcement, which I am one”. It says I will be getting another letter in a few days to which I should respond to. Is this legit? The document # at the top right with a bar code, says this: Document : 02934, on top of the bar code & 23B409X, beneath the bar code.
    Please advise asap!
    Thanks so much,
    Valerie Price

  6. Hi,
    I received a email that I have won a prize on Sept 6th. However I can not open the link in the email.

    When I’ve gone to your website, I can not find out what is going on.

    Is the email I received a scam?

  7. I received a letter in the mail today from the Winner’s Circle. It identified me as one of the winners. The letter is suspicious because it is a copy of a letter. parts of it are faded. IT has a picture of Deborah Holland and came from the 101 Winner’s Circle address. It instructs to call $$$ $$$-$$$$ to contact Payment Officer Michael Williams.

    I would think that if I had won a cash prize the notification I would receive would be a certified letter. Not a copy of a letter.

    Are you aware of this type of correspondence?

    1. Hi Jim, we’re really sorry to hear the scammers are contacting you. Please report them to PCH via this link: PCH does partner with the Federal Trade Commission and we send all scam reports to them so please make sure you let us know anytime a scammer contacts you. Remember, the real PCH never notifies major prize winners via phone, standard mail, email, or social media, and we never ask winners to pay to claim their prize. You can see more Safety Tips here: Stay safe!