Top 22 Favorite Halloween E-Card Sites 2019

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All of the recommended Halloween e-card sites in one place.

Are You Scared?

If there is ever a time for the beauty of ugliness and the delight of terror, Halloween must be it. The best Halloween greetings are often the worst—and vice versa. E-cards can meet your every Halloween greeting card need, however sick or pretty.

Here are my favorite e-card sites to compose and send Halloween greetings.

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Jacquie Lawson Hallowe'en E-Cards

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Jacquie Lawson Hallowe'en E-Cards. jacquielawson.com

What We Like

  • No limits on number of cards or recipients.

  • Discounted membership fee when you join for two years instead of one.

What We Don't Like

  • Not free.

  • Membership must be renewed annually or biennially, depending on plan.

Halloween is a cat and mouse and bat and Jack'o'lantern game at Jacquie Lawson—a frightening game, of course. The other fantastically drawn, animated and melodized cards are even spookier...

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Ojolie Halloween E-Cards

Ojolie Halloween E-Cards
Ojolie Halloween E-Cards. Ojolie

What We Like

  • Cards are easy to personalize.

  • Clean, attractive animations.

What We Don't Like

  • No Halloween ecards among limited selection you can send for free.

  • No membership refunds after 30 days.

Cat and pumpkin have ghastly ghostly friends at Ojolie, and they all let you send marvelously done Halloween greetings.

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Punchbowl Halloween E-Cards

Punchbowl Halloween E-Cards
Punchbowl Halloween E-Cards. Punchbowl, Inc.

What We Like

  • Good selection.

  • Includes envelope and option to add gift card.

What We Don't Like

  • Paid memberships limit number of cards monthly.

  • No partial refunds of annual memberships after one month.

Look closely! Your e-card's recipients will want to as well, for the stunning Punchbowl cards closely match a paper greeting's look and value.

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AmericanGreetings.com Holidays - Halloween

What We Like

  • Free trial.

  • Sender notified when recipient opens ecard.

What We Don't Like

  • Not free.

  • Membership pricier than many other options.

No cruel cards at AmericanGreetings.com, but paying members can select from a large collection of high quality Halloween greetings, from funny cards to Halloween invitations, and more.

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JustWink Halloween Cards

What We Like

  • eCards are free to send, with the option to send a physical card from mobile app for a small fee.

  • Can send ecards via Facebook private messaging, text, and other methods.

What We Don't Like

  • Some options, such as including voice messages and sending cards via text, are available only in mobile app.

  • Searching for cards is cumbersome and slow.

JustWink offers graphically and typographically convincing cards, for both virtual trick-or-treating and retreating from the scary world to your lover's embrace (and both, of course).

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Someecards.com Halloween Cards

What We Like

  • Funny, pithy humor.

  • Site is easy to use.

What We Don't Like

  • Some cards not appropriate for younger or sensitive recipients.

  • No personalization options.

Words can pierce and cartoonish drawings can terrify: send some proof with Someecards' wonderfully sarcastic (and comfortingly amusing) Halloween greetings.

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Victorian Trading Co. Halloween Cards

What We Like

  • Free.

  • Interesting, delightfully unique vintage selections.

What We Don't Like

  • Your info may be shared with third parties, affiliates, and service providers.

  • Use of site might open you to spam if you’re not careful to opt out.

From an era gone by, these motives from Victorian Halloween greeting cards will jump right into your heart — and into the hearts of those to whom you send email greetings using them.

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Katie's Cards Halloween E Cards

What We Like

  • Totally free.

  • Number of cards and recipients unlimited.

What We Don't Like

  • Dated interface.

  • Uses Flash, which most current mobile devices don’t support.

They're sweet, smiling and zappy, the cards and characters at Katie's. Don't let that deceive you, however. It's still Halloween, however beautiful and charming the greetings may be.

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TIAS.com Vintage Halloween Cards

What We Like

  • Sending cards doesn’t open you up to spam.

  • Can send ecard to multiple recipients at once.

What We Don't Like

  • Dated interface.

  • Not optimized for mobile viewing.

The illustrious history of Halloween cards makes for marvelous greetings you can send from TIAS.com.

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JibJab - Halloween E-Cards

What We Like

  • Free accounts available.

  • High-quality, humorous animations.

What We Don't Like

  • Access to iOS and Android apps requires premium membership.

  • Membership automatically renews unless you turn it off.

It's horrible, awful and out of control: Halloween at JibJab is not only scary but also funny — in a scaring manner. You can even put your own face in the cards for that little, well, extra.

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Kisseo Halloween Virtual Cards

What We Like

  • Can send/share by email, text, and social media.

  • Completely free.

What We Don't Like

  • Limited selection.

  • Not all cards work on mobile devices.

Turn off the light, turn on the screen, and have some fun for Halloween. Kisseo's collection is small but includes some sweet offerings. 

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Rubber Chicken Halloween Ecards

What We Like

  • Large selection.

  • Free trial.

What We Don't Like

  • Free trial requires credit card.

  • Card automatically charged if you don’t cancel at the end of the trial.

When the pumpkins and cats scare the people and bats, the chickens from rubber send e-cards that shudder.

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Halloween eCards from BlueMountain.com

What We Like

  • Free trial.

  • Poems and printable cards also available.

What We Don't Like

  • Limited selection.

  • Not free.

Only paid members can send Halloween cards from Blue Mountain, but the big selection of wonderful greeting cards is well worth paying for. Take a look, at least.

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Hallmark.com: Free Halloween E-Cards

What We Like

  • Large selection.

  • Many fonts to choose from when personalizing.

What We Don't Like

  • Not all cards can be shared on Facebook.

  • Not free.

Zombies, skulls and other frightening characters. It's really not a pretty Halloween at Hallmark.com, but a good one.

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GreetingSpring Halloween Ecards

What We Like

  • Well-done animations.

  • Free.

What We Don't Like

  • Few Halloween offerings.

  • Runs on Flash, which most mobile devices don’t support.

Three-dimensional ghosts scare three-dimensional people, but it's not all doom and gloom at GreetingSpring for Halloween.

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BirthdayAlarm.com Halloween eCards

What We Like

  • Signup is free.

  • Cards work properly on most devices.

What We Don't Like

  • No spam.

  • Many cards require yearly subscription.

Should Halloween cards be nice? Should Halloween cards be cute? Should Halloween cards be beautiful? Should they, in sum, be harmless? No. BirthdaAlarm.com's Halloween greetings are all the right scary creepy shocking things.

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Halloween - Regards.com

What We Like

  • Completely free.

  • Extensive selection.

What We Don't Like

  • Many cards rely on Flash.

  • Site is outdated.

Regarding Halloween... how about some spooky, spooky greetings? How about some Happy Halloween wishes? Regards.com has a big collection of images and animations to select from.

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Care2 Halloween Cards

What We Like

  • Large selection.

  • Sending cards generates donations to meaningful causes.

What We Don't Like

  • Uses Flash.

  • No help available.

Great Halloween email greeting cards with an environmental conscience. Part of Care2's revenue is donated to environmental organizations.

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Atmgreetings.com Halloween Greetings

What We Like

  • Can send cards through email, WhatsApp, and Facebook.

  • Unlimited sending.

What We Don't Like

  • Dated site.

  • You’ll receive newsletters and offers from the site.

An all-around assault of spookiness awaits at atmgreetings.com (but you and your recipients can have some pumpkin fun, too).

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Doozycards.com Halloween eCards

What We Like

  • Free trial.

  • Many to choose from.

What We Don't Like

  • Trial account automatically converts to paid unless you cancel in time.

  • Most cards require paid membership.

Shockingly horrible and daringly garish, the cards you can send for Halloween from Doozycards.com are just what recipients might expect.

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MyFunCards Halloween eCards

What We Like

  • Generous selection.

  • Can choose to be notified upon receipt.

What We Don't Like

  • Runs on Flash.

  • May share your info with third-party advertisers.

There's quite a bit of fun in Halloween at MyFunCards.

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Halloween cards from Deepestfeelings.com

What We Like

  • Many to choose from.

  • Can send via email or Facebook.

What We Don't Like

  • Cluttered, outdated interface.

  • Cards require Flash.

Don't be shy... reveal your deepest, darkest feelings with Halloween cards from Deepestfeelings.com. Of course, there are also cards for the lighter, funnier side of Halloween.