Is Seeing the PCH Prize Patrol in Person Exciting?

Seeing the PCH Prize Patrol in person has caused crowds to gather, smiles to form and photos to be snapped.

Seeing the PCH Prize Patrol in person has caused crowds to gather, smiles to form and photos to be snapped.  It never fails, when we members of the Prize Patrol Elite team walk through an airport wearing our blue blazers, as seen on TV, boy, do people get excited!  “Hey, you looking for me?” they yell.  “Where are you headed?  Why not save yourselves some trouble and give me that Big Check you have wrapped up there?”

Naturally we’re glad that people are happy to see us and that they’d welcome us to their doors.  Too bad we can’t give every one of them roses, balloons and a Big Check.  But we remind them — and you — that, though our growing network of PCH websites, there are lots of prizes to be won, even if they are not all gigantic cash SuperPrizes worth $5000 A Week For Life.

We got to see similar excitement first-hand a while ago as we prepared to appear on “The Talk,” the daytime TV show on CBS.  We had to arrive in Hollywood the day before the telecast because we were due at the studio for taping early the next morning.   On the drive to our hotel we took a detour through the oh-so-beautiful sights of Beverly Hills.  (You wouldn’t believe some of those mansions – which make you want to win $5000 A Week For Life for sure!)   As we pulled up to a traffic Stop sign at Sunset Boulevard, a bus from Star Lite tours passed by full of tourists eager to photograph movies stars’ homes and celebrities behind dark glasses.  When we waved through the windshield, the bus driver held up a sign which read “Are you famous?”   We really aren’t, but just for fun we answered “Yes!” — with exaggerated hand gestures.  Well, the tourists got all excited and started snapping pictures.  Then we tossed them some Prize Patrol souvenir ballpoint pens that carry the message “Click and win at!”   Hey, we weren’t Brad and Angelina; but more excitement ensued.

We hope these folks take that “Click and win” message to heart because they – and YOU – can be winners too!

Just click here on this link to and enter the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes at once.  With a little luck, maybe you’ll see the PCH Prize Patrol in person delivering a huge $5000 A Week For Life SuperPrize.  With a fortune that, you could live like a movie star!

Good luck!

Dave Sayer

Prize Patrol Ambassador

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  1. We would be super excited but it would be interesting if you culd even find us we live in the sticks. We are here in Northern california living in a garage on someone elses property. Its small but its home for now. Woulf love it if you knocked on the garage door lol giggle giggle wouldnt know what it would be like to be rich couldnt even imagine. Guessing we could help all of our family and trust me many are unemployed market for jobs is horrible here too. God bless and happy travels.

  2. I think your advertizing department has crossed the blasphemy barrier with the new TV commercials this week, in which contestants are heard exclaiming “Oh my GOD!” Although we are assaulted several times a day with this religiously insensitive reference to the Diety, it is always in the form of network or cable advertising for some dumb reality program. Yours is the first product advertisement to incorporate this phrase. I wonder why no other product does so. Perhaps it is because they realize that it is offensive to some people who in turn will not buy the product. I am not a religious fanatic. I am an ordinary consumer who is concerned about the incorporation of “bimbo chic” language into our media culture.

    1. Hello Jim,

      We appreciate the time you have taken to contact us regarding one of our recent commercials. We meant no disrespect in the commercial you viewed. The exclamation included in the commercial was made by a recent winner and was made in praise and thanksgiving. We regret if you felt it was disrespectful and thank you for bringing your feelings to our attention. Your thoughts are very helpful to us as we plan future promotions.

      Addison @ PCH