Weekly Grand Prize: Win A Bathroom Makeover!

This week’s grand prize is an amazing bathroom makeover! The last day to enter is Monday, November 7, so enter now to make sure you’ve secured your chance to win. Imagine your new bathroom – a place to relax and rejuvenate (or just hide from the rest of your family for a few minutes)! You also have the option to take the $10,000 cash prize.

How Would You Update Your Bathroom?

With our bathroom prize package, you’ll enjoy:

🫧High Quality, Beautiful Floor Tiles, Patterned To Your Preference

🛀🏻Matching Wall Tiles With Complementary Pattern Design

đźšżBrand New Bath & Shower, Including Premium Shower Head
 
🚽A Smart Toilet With Self-Flushing Feature

Can I Really Win A Cash Prize From Publishers Clearing House?

We’ll keep it simple for you: yep, you can. We give away cash and prizes to folks just like you, all over the country, all the time! Our Weekly Grand Prize changes every week. It could be a car, a cool trip, or cold, hard cash (in the form of a big check, of course)! We’ve even made a millionaire every month…how cool is that? Check out their winning stories here on the blog!

The Prize Patrol loves visiting you and bringing smiles to your face when they present that big check – so make sure you enter as much as you can! If you’re not already signed up to be a PCH VIP, what are you waiting for? It’s FREE, and you’ll get access to all the great games and entertainment that PCH has to offer.

There’s Always A Weekly Prize Up For Grabs!

Don’t worry – if you missed your chance to win this prize, you can always visit our Weekly Grand Prize page to find out what prize is waiting to be won this week! New prizes drop every Tuesday. And don’t forget to bank your tokens so you have plenty to enter with – try one of our fun quizzes to collect 4,000 tokens when you get 100% correct!

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  1. I heard great advice from a lovely lady on TV….
    It’s meant for you, not can stop it..
    So PCHers yes I get frustrated, but I don’t stop It’s a healthy addiction for me it will be my way out of this small town… that’s why I enter that’s why I will never quit. I can’t afford to.