Trying to spread Christmas cheer without denting your wallet? One of the ways you can do that is by sending e-cards to loved ones and friends on your Christmas list. Some e-card sites even let you send Christmas greetings for free. Here are some of the best options for free Christmas e-cards:
Regards.com. Regards.com touts itself as “Always 100% FREE!” since most e-card sites only let you send a limited number of Christmas cards before they cut you off. The site has 54 Christmas e-cards to choose from, including a number of animated cards. Check out their selection here.
Got Free Cards. Another totally free e-card site is Got Free Cards. There are 61 Christmas e-cards on the website, the most popular being “A Traditional Christmas,” an e-card where the sender can add a photo and a voice message. You can view the card here.
DaySpring.com. While physical cards on DaySpring.com aren’t free, the 74 Christmas e-cards available on the site are. The most shared Christmas e-card on the site is one that features snowbirds and Psalm 126:3. “The Lord has done great things for us, and we are filled with joy,” it reads. Check it out here.
Kisseo. All 29 Christmas e-cards on Kisseo.com are free. Options include “Puppy Christmas,” a 34-second animated e-card that also features teddy bears and kittens before Santa’s sleigh appears followed by a “Merry Christmas” graphic.
Someecards. While the snarky Christmas cards from Someecards are free, they’re not the most appropriate ones to send to family members on your Christmas list. Below are some examples: