I have never won anything playing PCH, all I get is you might win this and don't nothing happen. I like playing their games and everything, but put a little something in my pocet every now and then, make a beliver out of me. Marilyn Walker
by Marilyn - 18 hours ago
first of all typing in all caps is YELLING! we don't need this any listen to the first responder...she is correct. good luck
by Blue October - 18 hours ago
I do not believe it is a scam and I don't think it matters if you buy something or not. Someone will win. Publishers Clearing House always shows the big winner on TV. But the odds are very, very small. Don't feel like you have to buy anything. Remember, the whole purpose of the sweepstakes is to attract orders, but you do not have to buy anything to be entered. I know the odds are small but I still enter myself.
by likepepsi - 18 hours ago
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