Greetings, fans and friends,
You know, if it weren’t for you, these #WinnerWednesday blogs would not be possible. Why? Because I rely on your comments to let me know if you’ve won a smaller PCH prize.
That’s right! I read all your comments on our #WinnerWednesday blogs, and if you’ve mentioned that you’re a PCH prize winner, there’s a good chance you’re going to hear from me, asking your permission to have your comment (and maybe even your photo) in a future blog post. You might say this blog is actually written, in large part, by YOU! So please help us out here on the blog by posting your “winning moment” stories in the comments section below!
Here are a few of the folks who have commented on past blogs, letting us know how happy they are to be PCH winners …
Linda W. (above) says, “I’m a PCH winner of 5 smaller prizes this year. 2018 has definitely been my year at PCH. I played for years but didn’t start winning until this year.”
She further explains that all her smaller prizes were in the amount of $10 but “it felt as if I won a million dollars. No matter how many times people kept laughing at me and telling me I’m crazy for wasting my time, I was even more motivated to go on and prove them wrong. I always knew PCH was real and I do believe that I will win a bigger prize one day. I will never give up and believe that dreams do come true. Good luck to everyone.”
Eileena D. (not pictured) says that several years ago, she won $400 from playing PCH games, and it sure came in handy. “I was homeless at the time and the money was really needed,” she tells us. “I’m hoping that I will win big to silence the scoffers that said my winning was a fluke. Thank you, PCH.”
Eileena tells me that she’s been playing for six years, sometimes for 12 hours a day, seven days a week. “I really want to win, right? LOL!” she writes.
Toni T. sent us a picture of the 3 checks she won from PCH – to prove to all of you that PCH is for real! She won those PCH prizes by playing on the PCH App … by going for prizes at the PCH Rewards Token Exchange … and by playing on the PCHlotto App. “I keep the checks (deposit via mobile) as a reminder to keep believing, keep playing,” she says. “I have been playing since 2014 and yes, I do believe I will win BIG one day. You gotta keep the faith.”
Here’s a fun picture of Tyler E. with her year-and-a-half-old daughter. Tyler says she’s been entering since 2016 and won her first $10 check this fall.
“I enter as much as I can in hopes one day I will blessed enough to win a big check,” Tyler says. “I enter by mail and on the PCH App on a day-to-day basis. I am blessed to be a part of the PCH winner’s circle. I appreciate all you do for people. May PCH continue to bless those in need.”
Tyler explains that if she wins big, she’ll help others: “It’s one-in-a-million shot but I have the faith to one day change my life and then turn around and pay it forward to help more mothers in my position to help them get what they need when they can’t work. I will have a way to start my platform to making a difference.”
Last but not least, Deborah W. (not pictured) wants our fans and friends to know that she won $10 twice! “I play day and night. PCH is part of my life,” she says. “I’ve been playing for years and I’m keeping the faith that one day I will win.”
Wow! What uplifting comments! If YOU are a Publishers Clearing House winner of a smaller prize – just like Linda, Eileena, Toni, Tyler and Deborah – comment below. You just may hear from me, asking you to share your story with the world!
And if you haven’t yet won a prize, don’t despair! Stay in it to win it – and enter … enter … enter!
PS If you could put a message on your doormat for the Prize Patrol to read, if they visited your home, what would it say? Read Marybeth’s blog this afternoon … and let us know what your doormat would proclaim!
Yeah hi my name is Tyler well I won the five thousand a week for life I’m not sure how my Facebook account got associated with this prize but my Facebook account was stolen my Google accounts where stolen along with my identity someone in Florida is using my social security number and my Google accounts.
Hello Tyler, that is definitely a scammer who contacted you! PCH will never send friend requests, private messages, or winner notifications via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc; 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: http://bit.ly/Report-Scam-To-PCH. Check out this FAQ for info on how to stop scammers from contacting you on Facebook: http://bit.ly/StopFBScammers. Please be careful everyone; don’t become a scammer’s victim!