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An Inside Look At Winning $5000 A Week Forever

Although we normally only bring you the latest and greatest information from the word of couponing, we did find something that you guys just might find interesting. If you haven’t heard Publishers Clearing House is currently hosting a giveaway. That’s right you could win $5000 a week forever! Hopefully you haven’t left this site yet to go enter because before you do. It’s a dream for everyone to be able to quit their day job to win a sweepstakes like this. Make sure to leave us a comment below about what you would do if you win $5000 a week for life. For now hop on for the ride folks, it’s about to get interesting.


If anyone has any worries or concerns that Publishers Clearing house is a scam, no need to worry Official Coupon Review promises that they are a legitimate company. That being said don’t expect them to be showing up at your door with a camera crew and giant check made out to you for $5,000 a week forever. The estimated odds as confirmed by Publishers Clearing House’s own website are 1 in 1,215,000,000. Wow! Yeah it isn’t sounding to promising, but hey if you don’t enter you give yourself a 0% chance of winning. So personally I’ll take the 1 in 1,215,000,000 chance to win $5,000 a week forever over no chance. If that doesn’t win your argument then hopefully this will, although the chances are so slim that you or anyone will win $5,000 a week for life, someone will win $1,000,000.


If you find yourself scratching your head about how the win $5,000 a week forever works, while technically we do not live forever the winnings do live surpass us. PCH allows you to choose one lucky person to carry on your winnings for up to 120 years. So technically forever isn’t really forever here, it’s win $5,000 a week for 120 years. You can enter the giveaway for free until 11:59 on August 23, 2012. Good luck everyone!


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August 7th, 2012

Lauren Garrison


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