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Publishers Clearing House is one of the best-known sweepstakes companies in America, and their big prizes draw tons of entries. But with a huge prize, like the one offered in their $10 Million Superprize Sweepstakes 1400, it's worth getting in at least some entries for the chance at a Lottery-sized prize without having to pay for Lottery tickets.

The grand-prize winner of the Superprize will receive a whopping $10 million in cash, most likely delivered by the PCH Prize Patrol. The cash will be paid as $225,000 a year for 29 years and a final payment of $3,475,000 in the 30th year.

Entry into the $10 Million Superprize Sweepstakes is open to residents of the US and Canada aged 18 and above. Canadian residents can only enter by mail. You can enter through several different methods, including on the website, through PCH Search and Win, and more. The sweepstakes ends on February 16, 2010.

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December 22, 2009 at 8:16 am
(1) kevin says:

I hate the whole riga-ma-roll(sp?) you have to go thru with their sweepstakes. With page after page of skip,submit, yes, no, etc. I’m afraid I might mistakenly accept some service or magazine. I think I will have to skip entering any more than just this one time. Good luck to all.

December 22, 2009 at 10:30 am
(2) Sandra says:

I agree, I don’t enter through their web page often for the same reason. But entering through the Search and Win is really easy, and I’ve heard of a couple of million-plus-dollar winners through that method, as well as the smaller prizes they give away.

December 25, 2009 at 2:34 pm
(3) lisa says:

what a scam!
Page after page of advertisements for products and magazines and you must skip them or risk signing up for something by mistake. Im afraid they will sign me up even if I click ‘skip’.

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