What Would YOU Do With $7,000 A Week For Life?

Would You Spend Or Save

Hello Everyone!

I’m SO excited about our upcoming $7,000 a Week for Life Prize Event! I mean it’s our LARGEST WEEKLY LIFETIME PRIZE EVER! How cool is that? With THAT much money, you can’t help but dream about all the ways you could spend it! From fancy vacations to shopping sprees, the possibilities are ENDLESS! For some people, living the good life and spending ALL this money on whatever life has to offer seems like the only way to go, but for others, they may have bigger plans in the works for their new fortune!

It’s got to be a hard choice deciding whether to work towards something GRAND, or to indulge in the moment. To help gain some outside perspective about what others would do in this situation, I turned to my co-workers to find out if they would SPEND IT or SAVE IT! Even though they can’t win because they work here, their answers may surprise you!

The first person I asked was one of our Social Media interns, Genevieve P.! Genevieve told me that deciding whether to spend or save is definitely a tough choice for her, but in the end, she would do BOTH! She said that she would save some of the money to pay for her college tuition, but also spend some of the money to invest in a reliable car, and a new house for her father. That’s SO sweet of you, Genevieve!

I went on to ask Brooke O. what she would do with all that CA$H! Brooke told me that she would have NO PROBLEM spending all of that money! I’m with you girl! Even though she mentioned that she would splurge on luxurious vacations and possibly a boat, she also said that saving for a house would be VERY important to her. Good choice, Brooke!

Morgan B. told me that when it comes to $7,000 a Week for Life, she would save that money and use it to pay off her college loans! What a GREAT idea Morgan! Way to better yourself for the future!

Finally, I decided to ask Amanda C. Apparently, saving AND splurging is her way to go! She told me that first, she would splurge a good chunk of her money to land her dream home (AW!), and then save the rest and make it last! You might need a bigger piggy bank, Amanda! 🙂

As for myself, I would save most of it, but spend some on a nice family vacation. I would love the opportunity to bring my parents to Greece or Italy and visit family I never was able to meet!

$7,000 a Week for Life is DEFINITELY A LOT of money to have at your fingertips, so having a game plan on what to do with all of it might be a smart choice! Think about what you would do – spend, save, or maybe BOTH, and comment below and let us know!

And remember what I always say — you can’t win it if you’re not in it! Be sure to keep entering every day!


Danielle Lam
PCH Prize Patrol Elite

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  1. I am on disability , recently divorced and so it would be great. My sons in college and I have grand kids that I could go visit and help their parents too. Help my church pay off their mortgage. It definitely would be a God send.

  2. I’d help some of my siblings and my kids first; then I’d build my dream. I’d visit my friends that lives in Idaho for a month. By then my dream should be finished.

  3. I would pay off all my debts including medical & sons’ college loans, give some to charity, help my parents, then save to put a down payment on a newer house.

  4. I would help my son and his family to get out of debt. I would buy all of us new cars, and help all the friends that have stayed by my side through thick and thin. I would also start collage funds for my 5 grandchildren. After that I would start to save and do a little traveling to see family. And I would try to set up a fund to help others to get back on their feet.

  5. 1st, I would buy the exercise machine that I was told by the best spinal cord injury. Dr. in the US would bring back usage in my arms and hands, and probably more. Then I would take care of myself and my loved ones making sure everyone had what they needed. Start my charity to help spinal cord injury cases. And probably keep the rest of the bank using it when I need it or want it.

  6. I would pay off all my debt, buy a house,save some for my retirement and treat my family to a much needed vacation. Oh, have a chritmad we never haf in the last 5 yrs.

  7. In all reality, after taxes it would be around $4000. Still good enough for me. Would put $3500 a week in savings,the other $500 would supplement my regular income rather nicely.