Where does Publishers Clearing House get all the money they give away?
Our famous prizes are funded primarily by company revenues derived from the sale of our varied merchandise and magazine offers. Of course no purchase is ever necessary to enter or win. Other sources of revenue for the company come from advertising on PCH’s many online properties. Real people really do win!
Does anyone really win Publishers Clearing House?
Is PCH Legitimate? The PCH sweepstakes is legitimate, albeit with a chequered history. Numerous states sued the company back in the 90’s, alleging deceptive practices convinced customers think that they had a better chance of winning the jackpot if they purchased more magazines.
What happens if you win Publishers Clearing House and your not home?
If the winner is at work, on vacation, or away from home, the Prize Patrol will find them. The Prize Patrol has never failed to track down the winner of our SuperPrize awards!
How much does Publishers Clearing House make a year?
How Publishers Clearing House makes $1 billion a year.
Who owns Publishers Clearing House?
Originally founded by the Mertz family in 1953, the company is currently owned by members of the family and by a number of charitable trusts established by the family. Currently, over 40% of the company’s profits go to trusts for the benefit of charities.
What is the second place prize for Publishers Clearing House?
According to a Publishers Clearing House supervisor, PCH doesn’t have a second place cash prize and anything “over $10,000 is delivered by the Prize Patrol.”.