Entering PCH sweepstakes every day really DOES pay off, as Holland Wilgus Jr. found out!
When Howie Guja and the Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol arrived at his home in Exmore, Virginia to give him the happy news, they were greeted at the door by Holland’s husband, Robert. Howie had a bottle of champagne in one hand, flowers and not one but TWO Big Prizes in the other hand! “Ssh, don’t tell Holland what’s going on but come right back out!”
When Holland appeared on the porch, he seemed dumbfounded. Then Howie presented him with a huge decision: Would he rather take the weekly Grand Prize trip for two to New York City, or take the cash value for $10,000 right then on the spot? Holland considered his choices carefully – he’d like to go to the Big Apple, but then again, $10,000…. In the end, he chose the $10,000 – “I can get my car fixed!”
Holland’s husband often teases him for playing so religiously. He enters the sweepstakes at PCH.com every morning, without fail, but never expected the Prize Patrol to show up at his door. When asked what motivates him to keep playing, he said, “I thought maybe one day someone would come along like you guys did. It’s awesome. I play every single day and I never expected to win. But I just did. It’s tremendous.” His advice to other PCHers? Just keep playing!
Do People Really Win Publishers Clearing House?
We get this question all the time, and the answer is a resounding YES! We give away cash and prizes just about every day of the week, and you can read the inspiring and fun stories about previous winners here on the blog. And of course – keep entering!
More Ways To Win!
Looking for more fun ways to collect tokens and enter PCH sweepstakes? If you take any of our brain-tickling, 20-question quizzes at PCHquizzes, you’ll score 200 tokens for each correct answer — that’s a whopping 4,000 tokens per quiz for answering 100% correctly! You can also peruse a short, entertaining slideshow at PCHfrontpage and, if you click through to another slideshow, you’ll bank 1,000 tokens. Pretty easy, right? You’re welcome!