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Who Would Your Beneficiary Be If You Won $5,000 A Week “Forever”?

Hi, PCH fans,

How’s your month going? It’s a new year, we hope it’s going pretty well. But do you want to make it even better for you and someone else?

We’re getting ready to give out $5,000.00 A Week “Forever” next month. You should enter to win it. You really don’t want to miss out on this one. Especially for your friends and loved ones. One of them could become your beneficiary!

The special thing about this SuperPrize is that it’s a “Forever” prize. If you don’t know, the way the “Forever” prize works is that the winner receives $5,000 every single week for the rest of his or her life. After that, a beneficiary the winner chooses receives $5,000 every single week for the rest of his or her life. That’s right: if you win this SuperPrize, whomever you pick will someday get $5,000.00 a week for the rest of their life, as well.

In other words, two people end up getting this “Forever” prize – and, if you enter to win, that could be you and someone you choose!

Who would you choose as your beneficiary? A dear friend? A beloved family member? A longtime coworker? Someone who could really use the income?

For example, “Forever” Prize winner Tamar Howard chose her eldest daughter as her beneficiary.

Make planning for the future easier with a weekly supply of cash! And you can help someone else as well. Plus, this prize is guaranteed! All these wonderful benefits and more from $5,000.00 A Week “Forever”!

So, who would you pick as your beneficiary? Who do you think should get to share the PCH SuperPrize with you if you’re our lucky winner? Tell us in the comments!

Good luck,
Rebecca M.
PCH Online Creative

P.S. Remember to enter often! You have a lot of opportunities between now and the February 25th deadline! Don’t miss this chance to win $5,000.00 A Week “Forever”!

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  1. #4#19500 PCH, if some thing should it would my husband to take care my baby doggies four he loves them just like I do $5,000.00 a week for life.

  2. #3#19500 PCH I would leave my beneficiary if I won $5,000.00 to my husband and in it he would take extra care of the children with there help, thank you for asking the children comes with my husband.

  3. My beneficiary would be my son, he has shown himself to be the upmost responsible person I know. He will help the family and help others, god bless everyone.
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  4. My beneficiary would probably be my daughter, she knows business, and if not her, then my oldest son, and she could help him take care of business. And keep him close to family. Because he needs help and this is one way to get family interested, I’m just not quite sure yet.

  5. I would choose my oldest daughter as my beneficiary, if I’m chosen as he winner of PCH’s $5,000.00 A week forever Prize. Medical School here we come! Dr. J$$$$$$.

  6. I want my husband Clarence to be the beneficiary. He is a loving and good husband. When I became to ill to continue working my husband stepped in to take care of me and still does.

  7. I’m an aunt with no children of my own, but I don’t think I could name only one of my nieces or nephews, is there a way to set up a trust so the payments are divided between them? I have a younger brother but longevity is not a strong suit in our family, we’re the last two left and have been for many years and he’s in his early 50s, and I’m nearing 60 and that’s something in our family! I worry about the kids. Is a trust possible if I were to win or do I have to pick one and hope they take care of all the others?

    1. Hi Jennifer! 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.

  8. I have two sons and I would not choose to benefit one and not the other. There must be a way to make my beneficiary a trust that will split the weekly checks between my 2 sons.