PCH - $5,000 a Week for Life Sweepstakes (16000)
Enter to Win Publishers Clearing House's Famous SuperPrize Drawing
Have you ever dreamed of being the lucky person to have the PCH Prize Patrol show up on your front door with an oversized check? Here's your chance.
Enter for your chance to win $5,000 a week for the rest of your life from PCH's SuperPrize Giveaway No. 16000.
If that prize isn't awarded, there's still a shot at winning a million-dollar second-chance prize. One of those two prizes is guaranteed to be awarded.
See the PCH Sweepstakes FAQ for details on how PCH chooses its winners.
Note: buying products from Publishers Clearing House is NOT required to enter, and WON'T improve your odds of winning.
Scammers oftentimes try to trick hopeful winners by posing as Publishers Clearing House. Make sure you know how to recognize and avoid PCH scams.
Note: If the sweepstakes entry link doesn't work for you, try entering through the home page and looking for a link to the sweepstakes.
USA and Canada (-PQ), 18+
April 27, 2020
June 25, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. ET
1 x daily per person/email
Grand Prize: $5,000 a week for life with a minimum guarantee of $1,000,000. (ARV: $1,000,000 minimum)
Second-Chance Prize (if the winning number is not returned): $25,000 a year for 29 years, and a final payment of $275,000 in the 30th year. (ARV: $1,000,000)
Publishers Clearing House offers a variety of ways for you to enter this giveaway, including by mail, by email, online, and more. You can enter as often as you like by mail. See top ways to win from PCH for more entry methods (some of them are a lot of fun).
When you enter, you'll be randomly assigned a number. If that number matches a randomly-drawn winning number, the grand prize will be awarded. Otherwise, a randomly-drawn winner will receive the second-chance prize. Read about PCH's Special Early-Look Drawings for more information.
Although this giveaway is open to residents of the US, the UK, and Canada (void in Quebec), Canadian residents can enter only by mail.
By entering through PCH.com, you'll also be eligible to win other giveaways at the same time. See the rules for details.
NO PURCHASE is ever required to enter ANY Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes, and making a purchase will NOT affect your chances of winning. Do not feel that you need to buy magazines or anything else to enter.
Advantages and Disadvantages of PCH Sweepstakes:
Publishers Clearing House is so famous and its sweepstakes are so popular that the chances to win are extremely low. You're looking at odds of 2.4 billion to one to win the SuperPrize. For comparison, the odds of winning a Powerball jackpot are "only" about 292.2 million to one. But remember, you have to pay money to play Powerball, which substantially increases your risks.
Another disadvantage of PCH sweepstakes is that the entry process includes several pages of advertisements and offers. You can receive a high volume of unwanted mail if you overlook the opt-out options, so take the time to read through what you are agreeing to when entering.
Publisher's Clearinghouse Sweepstakes Scams:
Many people wonder: are Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes scams? They aren't. PCH giveaways are closely watched by state regulatory commissions and legal agencies, and the drawings are made by an independent third party to ensure everything is done fairly.
Although the company has run afoul of state regulatory agencies for not making it clear that purchases would not influence the chances of winning, Publishers Clearing House has changed their procedures and is now giving away more prizes than ever.
Although Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes are legitimate, a number of scammers try to capitalize on the popularity of these sweepstakes by using the PCH name to lure in victims. If you've received a prize notification from PCH and aren't sure whether it's legit or not, check out Did I Really Win from PCH? for tips on how to verify your win.
Have More Questions about Publishers Clearing House?
Many of the most commonly asked questions about PCH sweepstakes are answered in my Publishers Clearing House FAQ.
If you win the million-dollar second-chance drawing, you will receive your winnings as an annuity.