If you’d love to get a surprise visit from the PCH Prize Patrol, there is no better time than now to give up 3 seconds from your day, and send in an online sweepstakes entry at PCH.COM.
A Winning Number Found Report is generated by the Publishers Clearing House mainframe computer after a prize drawing if an eligible, matching winning number has been returned.
Did you hear about Jim Furyk, the pro golfer who overslept on August 25th, missed his tee-off time, and thereby lost his chance to win $10 million in the FedEx Cup tournament? “I’m beside myself” said Furyk as he arrived beltless, sockless, with his shoes untied at the golf course – alas a few minutes […]
What A Difference A Day Makes – When the Prize Patrol Arrives! Dinah Washington recorded the classic song “What A Difference A Day Makes” back in 1959. Believe me, those words are as true today as they were then. Just ask Joseph Beane of Las Vegas, NV, the lucky guy who just won a $1 […]
The August winner announcement day is today, August 31st, and the famous Prize Patrol team is on the road looking for the newest SuperPrize winner. If you’ve been entering the PCH SuperPrize sweepstakes, that winner could very well be you! One thing is for sure, it would be the surprise of a lifetime to have […]
What’s the prize award delivery forecast? It’s always fair weather – when the PCH Prize Patrol arrives!
Imagine for a moment that you’re just sitting at home, thinking about your kids’ college tuition, the electric bill, the water bill, the mortgage, the lease on your car and the various other bills you’re expecting. All of a sudden, the doorbell rings… you take the time out of your busy thoughts to answer it, […]
The Bell & Howell Door Alarm is one of my favorite problem-solvers. It’s easy to use – just turn it on, slide it under your door. Then if anyone tries to open the door, the electronic screech is loud enough to wake YOU up – and pretty likely scare THEM away.
The answer to that question is a secret. The answer won’t be known until August 31st, the day that I will lead our Prize Patrol to some lucky person’s door, ring the bell and announce, “You are Publishers Clearing House’s newest millionaire!”
The late comedian George Carlin had a great routine about all the “stuff’ we acquire and how we must find places to put all our “stuff.” More and more “stuff” piles up and then there’s no room for more “stuff,” so you have to get rid of some of your “stuff.” I invoke Carlin’s memory […]