PCH Facebook Fan Page – Extreme Makeover Edition

By now many of you have visited the Publishers Clearing House Facebook fan page and have likely seen our involving updates about PCH promotions and sweepstakes, along with all the fan generated comments and links to the PCH online properties. Also included is an active Support Tab where PCH fans like you can post questions […]

Why is “No Purchase Necessary” in the PCH Sweepstakes?

Every PCH Sweepstakes promotion says “No Purchase Necessary.” Have you ever wondered why? Over the years, PCH has delivered a wide variety of sweepstakes entry opportunities both online and through the mail. With so many different types of sweepstakes, it takes a team of PCH employees dedicated to managing all of them! They make sure […]

Have You Had Your Summer Vacation Yet? Maybe PCH Can Help

With summer coming to a close in a few weeks, a lot of Americans have taken a summer vacation by now. For instance: The Obamas have sampled Spain, the Gulf of Mexico coast, and Martha’s Vineyard. The supermarket tabloids show that show-biz celebrities have been basking on beaches around the globe. And you’ve probably seen […]

The PCH Prize Patrol Delivers $1 Million to Joe Beane of Las Vegas, NV

What A Difference A Day Makes – When the Prize Patrol Arrives! Dinah Washington recorded the classic song “What A Difference A Day Makes” back in 1959. Believe me, those words are as true today as they were then. Just ask Joseph Beane of Las Vegas, NV, the lucky guy who just won a $1 […]

August Winner Soon to Receive the Surprise of a Lifetime

The August winner announcement day is today, August 31st, and the famous Prize Patrol team is on the road looking for the newest SuperPrize winner. If you’ve been entering the PCH SuperPrize sweepstakes, that winner could very well be you! One thing is for sure, it would be the surprise of a lifetime to have […]

Big Checks and Good “Stuff” at PCH

The late comedian George Carlin had a great routine about all the “stuff’ we acquire and how we must find places to put all our “stuff.” More and more “stuff” piles up and then there’s no room for more “stuff,” so you have to get rid of some of your “stuff.” I invoke Carlin’s memory […]