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. Take care of out standing bills. Then start with a savings account for the future of my kids and grandchildren I think education is very necessary for a good job so you don’t stuggle. Savings account for all three grandsons for that leg up. Or maybe get full scholarships like my Daughter and Son did. My family comes first no matter what. Good kids nevrr gave me to much heartburn growing up. Devilish streaks but nothing to ever hurt anyone. So it would make me happy to see them both set. “But” I would love to have a home that would be suitable for us all but separated for privatcy. Being an artists I have drawn and redrawn what the perfect solution for all of us. I wouldn’t be alone but I’d have a home of my own. One big luxury would be a indoor swimming pool to accomandate my health. One of my dreams since I was young. All would use it! It wouldn’t be a fool hearted thing to get because both of my kids grew up knowing how to swim. 9 months old for my daughter, swimming lessons for my son for fun. My Aunt is in the bill part which is first if not for her and my Uncle I seriously do not know where I’d be today. So keeping the faith I keep playing the new lady up the way said I could use her desk computer so I could enter again on line from a desktop computer, brfore the 29th. I only have this smartphone. I will get a laptop computer when I can afford the payments. Its not a priority living on a retirement @ 48 the doctors made me retire because they thought the stress was to much. At the same time I was doing a different Chemotherapy that almost killed me. While in the hospital someone wad steeling my identity they did a good job. My life would never be the same my credit score was 860 after all was said and done I got the money from my bank back but the$49,890 was lost forever they bought a car in my name TV’s as one shut down “credit card” they used the next until they hit the discover card I used just for medical supplies the limit on the card was $500.00 they called me and adked if I was buying comic collector ones at that. They hit 14 people in this area, but it was worse they had hit from one end of the state to the other. District Attorney’s had to spilt the state of Maine North / South I gave all my information receipts paperwork to prove my signature everything . The next road over from here thebguy beat his mother up and left her to die he was ripping people off through our mailboxes. Getting eveything they need to set up accounts your name and information to buy anything they wanted. Pretending to be whoever they had stoled from. All my information came from my Maine State payroll stub my SS# legal name plus my cell phone bill. I filed for bankruptcy in 2007 because the companies still wanted their money I just couldn’t keep up with the amount due plus what I really needed to pay for. So just like everyone else we have our reasons. Praying ill win at the least the home if there’s more boy charities will be happy also to save people lives. Health. Pursuing your dreams and willing to do what is asked of me to win PCH DREAM HOME I will do all I can to win. I promise to do the bunny dance hug you all, then I’ll cry I know it I really would love to see the PCH Van with The Prize Patroll with the balloons flowers and champaign how wonderfull it would be. It would be a first for me! Thanks PCH for the chance to dream. I’m keeping the faith~♡

  2. Hello Danielle
    I would most definitly save and spend. Give to my church, buy a home for my daughter and I, buy a car, bless my family and friends, save up for my three year old daughters education, and get her active in all of her talents. I would also get myself busy in some aspiring dream businesses.

  3. I would retire very early so that I could spend my time with my wife and four children (possibly have more as she is already asking for more) and of course I would indulge in life and put some aside for rainy days.

  4. I am opening an adult daycare and I would make sure every elderly person would have fun excitement and all thelove in the world provided by extremely trained varing individuals

  5. After getting sound financial and legal advice. My priorities would would include donating money to our church. Thereafter, Set up college funds for my kids, neice, nephew and me. Make my parents life easier and much more enjoyable. Settle debts. Create a Non-Profit Organization that benefits the community. Schedule and take a vactaion with my family that doesn’t require a budget. Saying “No” or not being able to do something solely because of money would cease.
    Save and invest the rest to provide for generations to come.

  6. I would first help out my family as we have been going through some extremely difficult times with my father in the hospital. Secondly I would save or about a year to make a down payment on a house.