Accessibility Statement

#WinnerWednesday: Be Inspired by These PCH Winners!

Greetings, fans and friends!

Are you inspired by our #WinnerWednesday blogs? I know I’m inspired when I read all the comments from our fans who have won PCH prizes as well as those folks who are entering every day hoping to become PCH winners.

It takes persistence, positivity and patience to stay in it to win it. And here are 3 more winners of smaller PCH prizes who are glad they did!

Rosemary O. (pictured above) comments on the blog “I am in it to win it! I’ve been a PCH fan since 1984. I did, through the years, receive 4 checks – $10 each, but so far, the ‘big one’ was for the Brad Paisley American Relief Sweepstakes. I was one of the ‘ticket’ winners who won a video chat with Brad Paisley and a cash prize. Listening to Brad talk to us was truly an awesome experience! His songs are inspirational and I love them. I am a true PCH fan and I AM IN IT TO WIN IT!”

Rosemary tells me she loves playing PCH games and PCHlotto, enjoys entering via PCHfrontpage, and also calls in her daily entry on the PCH phone line, 1-800-459-4724. “Never give up!” she says about entering to win. “It can happen.”

Stacie J. won $10 from Publishers Clearing House in March. She grew up “watching my mama play the games” and watching PCH’s TV commercials. Life was hard for Stacie growing up and she always imagined what it would be if she won a PCH prize. “It was something a lil’ girl like me needed in a hopeless world,” she says.

“The chances of winning are tough,” she explains. “I also know that it is okay to hope and have dreams of any kind. The way I look at it, if you don’t play then you can’t win. What and who is it hurting if I enjoy entering PCH sweepstakes and giveaways? I have something that I can hold on to, the hope that just maybe one day the Prize Patrol will come knocking at my door to reward me with a BIG CHECK! In 2020 we have all seen the craziest things, but it wouldn’t be so crazy to still have something you can believe in.”

Finally, Tanya M., who recently won $10 after entering on PCHfrontpage, writes, “I’m praying I’m the big winner next!” Tanya won $10 once before back in 2012 and was shocked to have won again. “I was starting to lose hope but then I won the $10 and though it’s small, every little bit counts!” she explains. “Thank you, PCH, for inspiring others and for being World Changers.”

Fans and friends, would you like to have your world changed? Have these three lucky ladies inspired you to stay in it to win it? Are you motivated to make your dreams come true? Then, all you’ve got to do is enter every day in every way you can!

I look forward to reading about your “winning moments” in the comments below and maybe even sharing your stories with readers of future #WinnerWednesday blogs.

Good luck,
Debbie K.
PCH Creative

Leave your comment


  1. I am afraid winning would just put a target on my back. We are a sanctuary City and have gate crashers all over the place. I don’t want to give myself a target and think I should just retire any connection with Publishers Clearing House as soon as possible. Being 91 and hoping to have a few good years left, is why.

    1. Hi Deborah! Just so you know, you never have to pay a fee to claim a prize you may have won from PCH, for any reason. It’s important to know also that PCH does not contact winners of a major prize privately via phone, text, email, mail, or on Social Media. If anyone asks you for money for any reason to claim a prize, you can be sure they’re a scammer. Please don’t give them any money, or any personal information! You can read more about these kinds of scams here: If you do have a scammer contact you please report them to us at this link: Have a great day, and stay safe!

  2. #5 #20942 PCH, every one I see are so happy that they won PCH, I would like to be like one of these winners all so on august 31/2023, thank you.

  3. What a job! I am very proud of myself and you would be too. I
    Came in here not knowing how to play most of these games(if that’s what you want to call them, I call them work) and now I think I know most of them pretty well. If asked I would do it all over again, but I’m in need of some rest. Thank you all for sharing with me and being so great. Oh, I almost forgot , the money will really make retirement fantastic.