Publishers Clearing House – Win $7,000 A Week For The Rest Of Your Life!

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Have you ever entered the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes? I have to admit that when I was younger, I was obsessed with it. I was certain we were going to win. I mean, they were gonna show up at my front door with a giant check – we were going to win it all. There was no doubt in my mind.

Clearly that didn’t happen (yet), but I still love to enter contests/sweepstakes/giveaways. (Maybe that’s why I became a blogger because I love to win and I love giving people the chance to win!) Once again the Publisher’s Clearing House has upped its game introducing its largest weekly lifetime sweepstakes — Win $7,000 a Week for Life from Publishers Clearing House.” Holy smokes that’s a lot of money!

The next winner will be announced November 26, 2013 — wouldn’t that be some kind of gift for Thanksgiving? I have always gotten a good chuckle at seeing the Publishers Clearing House team deliver that giant check. I don’t know how they time the deliveries of those checks, but I love to see the shock. The most recent winner won $5,000 a week for life, and he is only 26 years old, he’s got a lot of weeks ahead of him. I am not sure he believed it was all real.

To date, Publishers Clearing House has given away $246 million dollars in prizes. That’s a lot of shocked people.  After seeing that video and writing this post, I gotta enter again. Who knows, maybe next time they will be knocking on my door. (I sure hope I am not in my PJs that day!)

Go on, you know you want to enter too! Enter now for your chance to Win $7,000 a Week for Life from Publishers Clearing House. Let me know if you enter so we can all keep our fingers crossed together. Goof luck!

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Comments

  1. I would like to enter

    • Sylvia Blacknell says:

      I think it is a great thing that pch gives large checks to individuals. I wish I was a winner, I would support our school district.

  2. Michael Schmitz says:

    I Wish I would Win for once in my life. Most of my life I’ve been saving lives & figuring out solution’s to help other all over our planet instead of winning anything for my retirement. If I’m lucky enough I will put others to work in helping me lower all Rivers that tie-in with oceans so people property’s wont go under saltwater. I know it’s alway’s been Army engineers that’s only suppose to work the rivers, but obama took away most o0f their funding. Up here in the Northwestern part of America. The Army Engineers wont allow others to lower Rivers, because of the Diamonds from volcano’s from since planet earth began has been shooting out diamonds everywhere & you never hear of diamonds being sold from the Engineers & not one of them lives on or near our rivers. ( Remember when the coal mines closed. They had a big party over that & those that used coal in other parts of our country had to pay extra for heat/ well some of those that worked in the mines were originally part of today’s Army Engineers. They closed the mines instead of useing the right gear in the mine’s & I Wish I Would Win $7000 A Week foe Life by The Famous Publisher’s Clearing House. ( As for the Prize Patrol, just tell them to go to the Naselle, Post Office & ask for direction’s for my P.O. Box & you’ll how to get to my brother small farm. Mike

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