GOOD LUCK from the PCH Prize Patrol!


WOW! I can’t believe the $5,000.00 A Week “Forever” Prize is RIGHT around the corner! It’s just a few days away! As you probably know, I’m on Facebook and Twitter all the time listening to and responding to fan comments…and I can tell you that PCH fans are super excited for the chance to win REALLY BIG (if you win, $5,000 a week for your life, plus after that, $5,000 a week for the life of someone you choose!)  It’s really wonderful to see all of the excitement and buzz from the people that mean most to us…our fans.

I’m just as excited as everyone else too. I just LOVE traveling the country and awarding those BIG checks that everyone dreams about winning one day. At Publishers Clearing House our prize winner selection process is random and unbiased. PCH Giveaways are conducted under the supervision of the PCH Board of Officials and overseen by independent auditors and outside counsel. We have no way of knowing, prior to selection, who our winners may be or where they may come from…it’s just up to luck!

Since it’s just up to luck…I want to wish everyone GOOD LUCK in the PCH Sweepstakes.  Since I love our fans so much, I even want to wish you GOOD LUCK in Italian – Buona fortuna!  Wasn’t that fun! I wonder how you say GOOD LUCK in different languages like Greek, Spanish, French, German, etc?  Maybe YOU can help me figure it out?  You can even use my PERSONAL PCHSearch&Win page to help look for translations – and get a sweepstakes entry in the process (woohoo!).

Wouldn’t it be FANTASTIC if someone who commented on the blog ended up being the big winner? So let’s really get excited to cheer each other on! Comment below with saying “GOOD LUCK” in all different languages (I wonder how many languages we can all cover if we work together?).  Ready…go! And maybe, just maybe, the Prize Patrol will see one of you in just a few days!


Danielle Lam
PCH Prize Patrol Elite


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  1. Thank you Ms. Danielle Lam for that “GOOD LUCK” letter to all of us entering PCH! I know I need it and I hope I have a lot of luck on August 29th!

    So, I used your search and win and I put in “how do you say “GOOD LUCK” in all different languages.” and below is my answer for you.
    WikiHow to do anything: How to Say Good Luck in Multiple Languages

    Afrikaans: Sterkte! (pronounced: Stehrk-teh)

    Arabic: حظ جيد – بالتوفيق (pronounced, Haz jaid – be al tawfeeq)

    Bengali: আল্লাহ হাফেজ (pronounced, Allah hafez) (Note: “Allah Hafez is not Bangla. It is an Arabic or Persian greeting, often used for “Good Bye” in Pakistan and Bangladesh, similar to the common ‘Khuda Hafez”)

    Bulgarian: Успех!

    Catalan: Bona sort

    Chinese: 加油 (pronouced, “Jia you”)

    Danish: Held og lykke

    Dutch: Veel geluk

    English: Good luck

    Farsi: Bedrud

    Filipino: Pagpalain ka

    Finnish: Onnea

    French: Bonne chance

    Frisian : Folle gelok

    German: Viel Glück, Alles Gute!

    Greek: Καλή τύχη (pronounced: Kali tihi)

    Hawaiian: Maikaʻi pomaikaʻi

    Hebrew: בהצלחה (pronounced: Behatzlacha)

    Hindi: Shubhakaamana

    Hungarian: Sok szerencsét!

    Indonesian: Semoga beruntung

    Italian: Buona Fortuna

    Japanese: Ganbatte kudasai

    Korean: haeng un

    Latin: Bona Fortuna
    Maltese: Awguri

    Mandarin: Zhu ni hao yun

    Marathi: Shubhecha (Shu-bhe-cha)

    Malay: Semoga berjaya

    Norwegian: Lykke til

    Português: Boa sorte

    Romanian: Noroc

    Russian: Udachi

    Spanish: Buena suerte

    Swedish Lycka till! (pronounced (IPA): lʏka tɪl)

    Turkish: Iyi Sanslar (pronounced — ee-yi Shans-la

    Welsh Pob lwc

    Sanskrit: Shubhamasthu