It’s so exciting to think about the fact that PCH could arrive at your home with a BIG LIFE-CHANGING PRIZE in no time! We’re serious, it’s very soon! There are only THREE DAYS LEFT to get in to win $25,000.00 A Month For Life from PCH Sweepstakes, and YOU could be named the big winner of a prize that would change your life for the better. So make sure you get in to win $25,000.00 A Month For Life!
Now, using one word, how would you react to seeing the Prize Patrol van in front of your home? Someone is definitely going to become a millionaire very soon – why not you? Even if the matching winning number ISN’T returned in time, we guarantee to award a lucky someone One Million Dollars in a second chance drawing. I admit that it’s a great deal of money to put into one word, but give it a try. There would be so many great words to say if you saw Danielle, Todd, Howie, and Dave arrive right at your home… and we want to know just what you would choose to say! The options are endless … but if you could just choose ONE WORD to say, what would it be?
I asked a few PCHers to suggest some words for you to say if the “Big Check” for $25,000.00 A Month For Life arrived at your doorstep… and these were their suggestions!
“Flabbergasted!” – Nelly O.
“FANTABULOUS or AWERIFFIC” —Debbie K.
“Whaaaaaaaat?????” — MaryBeth H.
Look, there are just so many words that one could say in reaction to seeing the Prize Patrol walk up to their front door with a “Big Check”. And we really want to hear just what YOU would say if you became a PCH Sweepstakes winner on June 30th!
And remember, the most important way to make sure the Prize Patrol could arrive at your home with a “Big Check” for $25,000.00 A Month For Life is to GET IN TO WIN! You only have THREE DAYS LEFT to ensure that you grab your shot to win big… so DO NOT MISS OUT! Enter to win the PCH Sweepstakes and you could be receiving checks every month for the rest of your life!
Your right!! So many words, I would probably start running around screaming OMG, OMG IN ONE WORD.
Auwe!! (Hawaiian) Basically “Wow!” etc., in English.