The Winninghouse Coupon Savers is a contest that gives ten million dollars to its grand prize winner.
In "Little Dipper," Gideon Gleeful attempts to get Stan Pines to sign the Mystery Shack over to himself by having his lawyer pose as a man from the contest, and has Stan sign a document that would supposedly give him a cash prize. However, Stan saw through Gideon's plan, and instead writes "SUCK A LEMON LITTLE MAN!" [sic], enraging Gideon.
Later, a real representative for the contest announces Stan as the winner, only to have the door shut in his face, as Stan suspected it to be yet another deception by Gideon. The representatives decide to give the money to the runner-up winner, Old Man McGucket, but he simply eats the check. Finding both winners' behavior strange, they decide to remove Gravity Falls, Oregon, from their list of locations.
- 111. "Little Dipper"
- It is a parody of the Publishers Clearing House, a magazine company that offers members a chance to win large cash prizes.
- The company's address is on McBean Parkway, a reference to CalArt's address, the art college Alex Hirsch attended.