Do You Believe In “Winning Streaks”?

PCH Winning Streak


Greetings, Blog Readers!

When you hear the term “winning streak,” what do you think of?

In sports, there are several famous winning streaks we can point to:

• In college basketball, the 2010 University of Connecticut women’s team topped the UCLA men’s record of 88 consecutive victories by winning 90 straight games in a row.

• In professional football, the New England Patriots won 21 straight games from 2003 to 2004 … the 2010-11 Green Bay Packers were just two games shy of the mark, with 19 straight.

• The great Babe Ruth hit 40 or more home runs out of the park an impressive 7 consecutive seasons between 1926 and 1932.

• Richard Petty is the “winningest” NASCAR driver of all time, winning 27 races in 1967, 10 of them consecutively!

Here at Publishers Clearing House, we can boast of some “winning streaks” of our own! We’ve had winners who have started off by winning small prizes on one of our sites like, PCHSearch&Win and PCHLotto – and then kept on playing and eventually won more prizes, or even bigger prizes!

Take Yolanda L. for example! She entered the PCH sweeps for years and years, and actually gave up thinking she could ever win … until she got a computer and started entering online once again. Lo and behold, Yolanda won a prize of $500.00 in a PCH online giveaway promoted on Facebook! But her good fortune didn’t stop there! Three weeks later, she was playing the Lucky Loot Wheel and won a $5.00 gift card. Then, in January 2014 she won yet another $5.00 Amazon gift card playing PCH Prize Pursuit. I’m sure Yolanda DEFINITELY believes in “winning streaks” now!

Tari Woods, our $1 Million SuperPrize winner from 2012, has a one-in-a-million story that will surely inspire you: After enjoying her great good fortune from PCH, she was a finalist to win a truck in another sweepstakes! The words of wisdom she shared with us were, “You can’t be a winner if you don’t play the game!”

By being persistent and keeping a positive attitude, YOUR dreams could come true – just take it from our $1 Million SuperPrize winner Natalie Bostelman. Natalie started entering PCH sweeps upon entering college, and almost 10 years later, when she noticed that PCH had gone online, she entered as a matter of habit every day. And then one day, before she knew it, she had become a real, honest-to-goodness BIG winner!

The takeaway here, my friends, is simple:

Enter every giveaway you can every chance you get – whether the prize is $5.00 or $7,000.00 a week, every week, for life! You could start out small and start a “winning streak” of your own … and end up RICH, RICH, RICH!

Good luck, everyone!

Debbie K.
PCH Creative

P.S. Do you believe in winning streaks? Have you ever had one of your own? Comment below and let us know!

P.P.S. Be sure to check out the Play&Win blog today for our PCHLotto Players Spotlight! Comment on this blog and next time it could be YOU featured in the spotlight!

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  1. I Too Believe In Winning Streaks, However PCH Isn’t That Simple I Have Been Entering For Years WithOut Success Thus Far. And I Am Still Playing So Something Inside Of Me Says To Continue In Hopes Of My Lucky Streak Coming To Life. GLTA

  2. Well, I would have to say yes. I have had a winning streak back in 84-86. The birth of my 3 children. My first born was health girl and the twins, healthy boy and girl. What a streak I’ll never forget!

  3. I do believe in winning streaks (meeting good people, accomplishing good things)…they may not be financial, but it’s good fortune all the same.

  4. Thank you Debbie for mentioning me in your blog! I definitely do believe in winning streaks which is why I enter every day. I will never give up on becoming the next big PCH winner!

  5. Yes, I do believe in winning streaks, but unfortunately I have never won anything in my life. I participate as much as I can in what PCH offers, however, my mind is not into wining. I do it as a distraction/relaxation, as I am dealing with several health issues and playing the games keeps my mind off my health issues. If I win by coincidence, I will be blessed, if not, I will continue playing. Thanks PCH for helping me cope with my health issues and helping me relax. Kudos to all.

  6. I am a Disabled Veteran and day in and day out I sit in front of the computer on most of my awaking hours entering hours entering all and any sweepstakes to better my life and all I see is people who have nice homes and cars win I don’t want to win a fancy house and a fancy car to win I just would like to win just any house that I could call home and a car that could get me around instead of my four wheel push cart while the people that are entrusted of taking care of me take my V.A.Disability and have all of that and much more feed me slop buy rental property house vacation homes season tickets to football games and go on vacations feed us slop and leftovers that mix tighter from the leftovers that we had all week they are proud off us Veterans as long as our V.A.Diasability checks are coming in and when one Veteran dies his bed is quickly filled I have been here and jn two years I seen Four Veretans Die here and one just passed away today and another is dieng of cancer and has to go for treatment daily so there you have an American Hero we are heros when our disability checks come around and see the word HERO is on the bottom page of a dictionary PHC stop giving people pipe dreams so you can sell your magazines !!!!!

  7. Congrats to the next winner who will be riding the lucky streak wave. I love to play the PCH when are lose it is always exciting waiting to hear who the next winter will be.

  8. I do believe in winning streaks ! It seems that in my life Material things I have not been blessed with When I look at my friends and my family And the many awesome awesome dogs and cats I have owned I would have to say It’s the simple things in life That I have been writing a winning streak wave on I am thankful for the things which I do have But I love games and I love PCH in its always fun and exciting to see who the next winter will be