QUICK! What would you say if you win $1,000 A Day For Life?

Better think of something good, and fast! Today is our Winner Selection date, which means we’re now just days away from an incredible Winning Moment on 10/13. Will we be coming to your house to hear, in person, what you would say?

Don’t be shy — get ready by commenting below! I’d love to read what you’d say. As big a PCH fan as you are, I’m sure that you’ve spent some time daydreaming about winning. Lately, I bet, you’ve been daydreaming about all you could do if you won $1,000 a day for life.

But do you ever specifically think about the Winning Moment itself? How would you respond to the cameras, the “Big Check,” the ecstasy of winning? We’ve had so many different types of winners. Some can’t believe this is really happening to them, and scream something like:


But maybe you’re someone who has kept the faith, and have been waiting for this moment. It was never an if for you, but simply a matter of when. You might say something like:


No matter what you’d say, one thing is for sure: We’re just days away from a life-changing Winning Moment. Should you be the big winner, one thousand dollars a day for life would allow you to live the life you’ve been daydreaming about for so long!

So let us know what it would mean for you to win $1,000 A Day For Life by commenting below what you would say if you won!

Joe W
PCH Creative

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    1. Hello Florencia, keep trying and don’t give up. Your entries have the same chances of winning as every other entry so don’t lose hope. Our winner selection process is completely random and unbiased; there’s no way to know who we’re going to award next.

  1. Joe I would say, when the Elite Prize Patrol arrived at my home: “I always believed this day would come💝!! I never lost faith😉

  2. Financial freedom!! I can take care of my loved ones without going into more debt. I can move my parents closer to me, to take care of them. I can support my community school, providing them with the necessary supplies, equipment and materials to educate our students without short cuts.