Publishers Clearing House archives are quite extensive, to say the least. And, since it was time for the next PCHblog post, I thought I might take a stroll down the proverbial Memory Lane to see what I could find. Well, after reading quite a few old newspaper articles about previous Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes winners […]
An online search for information about April Fools’ Day revealed theories about its origin, ideas for pranks and offers for e-cards to mark the occasion.
One thousand origami cranes, according to Japanese legend, are a symbol of good luck, healing and wishes come true.
Some believe the “luck of the Irish” comes from a shamrock, 4-leaf clover or pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. But last week, good fortune was delivered to our St. Patrick’s Day Winner from another source.
You’re invited, PCH Blog readers, to an exciting online tournament featuring Klondike Solitaire Gold. You see it being played everywhere – on coworker’s monitors, on people’s phones, or even being played on a giant HDTV. That’s because it’s one of the most popular games in the world. Create stacks in descending order by dragging and […]
Our recent TV campaign showed dozens of sweepstakes “winning moments” culled from our vast archives of videotaped Prize Patrol visits to winners’ doors. Some of my friends complained to me that they really didn’t see me; they only saw the back of my head. “Why didn’t they show your face, Dave?” they asked, referring — […]