“If I Won $7,000 A Week For Life I Would Feel _____”

It’s a special feeling — waking up to discover that your life has changed for the better. It might seem crazy to think about, but we make that happen  for each new winner of a PCH SuperPrize! With our April 27th award date around the corner, you should ask yourself: “If I Won $7,000 A Week For Life I Would Feel ____”?

A feeling like this might be difficult to put into words. But with a few weeks before we take a special early look to award the big prize, you’ll have plenty of time to think about it! If you were the winner, do you think you’d feel…

 HAPPY!

Who wouldn’t!? You didn’t just win some prize… You would be the new winner of a LIFETIME Prize! With a check for Seven Thousand Dollars coming in every week for the rest of your life, I think you’d be pretty happy for a long while still to come.

RELIEVED!

This is another emotion clearly seen across the faces of new winners. Think about it… We all have trouble keeping up with bills and payments. But a lifetime prize would mean the end of all those troubles! The prospect of a lifetime free of financial problems would come as a relief to anyone.

ENERGIZED!

YOU JUST WON A PRIZE! It’s time to get loose! Is there a car you’ve had your eye on? Maybe there’s a vacation you’ve been secretly planning to take. Or maybe you just need to hit the town and have a memorable weekend! With this Lifetime Prize, you’d be able to do it all!

In just weeks, on April 27th, someone’s life is going to change in a big way. $7,000 A Week For Life is up for grabs, and you could win this prize VERY SOON!

So go ahead, ask yourself, “If I won $7,000 A Week For Life I Would Feel ____” and tell us your answer in the comments section below. See how your feelings compare to other hopeful fans! Then make sure you’re entered to win on April 27th, and be prepared for the prize of a lifetime!

Joe W.
PCH Creative

 

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  1. Definitely blessed, I would finally be able to do the things I really need to do and stop being a burden on friends and family due to a disability. And my children would never have to worry ever again. I would definitely cry

  2. Blessed, we would be able to help our families, our friends, several other people we know, and our church. Then there are several Bible based ministries we support, along with missionary’s who serve the world, during catastrophes of every kind. And I don’t want to even mention a new home, car, or pick-up, but that’s just me. What a blessing that would be.