Internet, Networking, & Security Around the Web Top 17 Favorite New Year's eCards Sites The right New Year's card for your celebration by Heinz Tschabitscher Writer A former freelance contributor who has reviewed hundreds of email programs and services since 1997. our editorial process Heinz Tschabitscher Updated on February 27, 2019 Vstock LLC_Getty Images Around the Web Browsers Cloud Services Error Messages Family Tech Home Networking 5G Antivirus VPN Web Development Around the Web View More Tweet Share Email Send New Year's ecards and invitations by email from the best greeting card sites. The Right Kind of Card for Your Kind of New Year How do you like to welcome the new year? Do you prefer loud and spectacular or silent and tranquil? Or is your idea of celebrating New Year's Eve to go for your affairs like usual and just let it slip by? Either way, you can welcome others to your new year and your New Year's party with an e-card — loud or tranquil. Here are some favorite sites to compose and send New Year's ecards. 01 of 17 Jacquie Lawson What We Like Membership grants access to all cards on the site. Card designs and animations are quaint and beautiful. What We Don't Like Complaints that card quality and diversity have declined. Membership and fee required to send cards. Cluttered and out-dated site design. It is raining — fireworks and champagne for the cats and dogs in one of Jacquie Lawson's festive New Year's ecards. In another, a bird works hard for a bubble bath well deserved. 02 of 17 Punchbowl New Year's eCards What We Like Cards for events beyond the standard, such as Black History Month and Mardi Gras. Send Amazon gift cards with ecards. What We Don't Like Need a paid subscription to remove ads from cards sent. No refunds or prorates on unused time on cancelled subscriptions. Free trial is too short, only 3 days. If the imagery and calligraphy sparkle and coax with ambiance and style, so should the background; so should the envelope; so should the envelope's lining. At Punchbowl, send marvelously designed e-cards to greet the new year (or NY Eve party invitations just so brilliantly done, of course). 03 of 17 AmericanGreetings.com New Year's Ecards What We Like Large variety of ecards for most occasions. Cards are good quality with animation and sound. What We Don't Like Free trial is only 7 days long. Paid subscription required to access useful features. Complaints about cancelling service but being charged on next billing cycle. For its paid members, AmericanGreetings.com has cards for New Year's resolutions, for a new year of love and togetherness, funny animated greeting cards, and a lot more. 04 of 17 Ojolie What We Like Nicely designed cards. Affordable yearly subscription. Paid membership gives access to all cards and unlimited sending. What We Don't Like Free account only gives access to 22 cards. Card customizations are limited. Celebrate the arrival of a new year with spectacular Aurora Borealis — and a firework, of course. 05 of 17 CardCow Vintage Postcards What We Like Unique vintage card designs. Send ecards for free. What We Don't Like No design customizations. No animations or sound. Card delivery by email sends a link to the card. A new year begins just about every January 1, and the vintage New Year's cards found at CardCow.com are just as gorgeous and up-to-date today as they were years ago. 06 of 17 Pingg.com What We Like Many free cards available to send. Good tool for keeping track of invitees. What We Don't Like Requires Adobe Flash to use. Must register, even to send free ecards. Ads on cards; remove ads with a premium membership. Class is what is needed; class and champagne; and cheers! Find cheers, class and champagne (and much more, of course) in Pingg.com cards for New Year's Eve. You can easily turn the greetings into invitations, too. 07 of 17 JustWink Cards What We Like Add gift cards to ecards. Site is whimsical, fun, and easy to use. What We Don't Like Registration required to send cards. If the overall card aesthetic doesn't appeal, you won't find much you'll like. Sarcasm is not funny. Except, of course, when it is. There is some sarcasm and plenty of fun in JustWink's New Year's e-cards. 08 of 17 BlueMountain.com What We Like Animated cards are varied and well done. Free trial period. What We Don't Like Complaints about the decrease in new cards available to subscribers. Cancellation is not easy. No free ecard options; must subscribe. New Year's Eve is particularly spectacular on the blue mountain. Paid members get access to a huge collection of nice, animated New Year's greeting cards (from elegant to the hair of the dog). 09 of 17 Hallmark What We Like Well-known greeting card company. Site is easy to use. What We Don't Like Not many New Year's cards. Customer service complaints. No free ecard options. Another year begins, and it can begin in great spirits with one of the classy electronic New Year's cards you can send from Hallmark. 10 of 17 BirthdayAlarm.com What We Like Huge variety of holidays and occasions to pick from. 30-day trial. What We Don't Like Small selection of New Year's cards. No free ecard options without sign-up. Whatever the new year may bring, the fireworks are almost guaranteed and the wonderful greeting card from BirthdayAlarm.com as much as certain. 11 of 17 Kisseo What We Like Send free ecards by email. Friendly and easy-to-use site. Large list of card categories. What We Don't Like Not many New Year's ecards to choose from. Registration required. Kisseo's New Year's e-cards very in style, but they all tend to be appropriately busy and colorful. 12 of 17 E-Cards.com What We Like Customize cards. Free ecard options. Registration not required. Donates a portion of silver and gold level membership fees to nonprofits. What We Don't Like Site is outdated in appearance. May not be actively updated with new New Year's cards any longer. It is time, and has been for quite some, to send exuberantly simple New Year's greetings from the one, only and original e-cards.com. 13 of 17 Atmgreetings.com What We Like Send ecards via SMS text message and WhatsApp. Free to send ecards through email. What We Don't Like Site is not well designed or structured. Only 11 New Year's card options. All the best wishes and inspiration, of course, but also good-natured fun can be sent with atmgreetings.com New Year's cards. 14 of 17 MyFunCards What We Like Spanish and Portuguese ecards. Wide range of holidays covered. What We Don't Like Outdated site design and structure. Little customization for ecards. Requires Flash. Ring in a good new year with animated and, well, fun greetings from MyFunCards. 15 of 17 Care2 What We Like Progressive-minded organization, contributes to worthy causes. Send ecards for free through email. Variety of occasions and themes. What We Don't Like Cards require Flash to view. Some cards and animations are amateurish. Not only can you select from a great, diverse collection of New Year's greeting cards at Care2, you can do something for the environment at the same time, too. Care2 donates some of its revenue to environmental organizations. 16 of 17 Sloppy Kiss Cards What We Like Great cards for dog lovers. Customize cards with most popular dog breeds. 30-day trial. What We Don't Like Have to sign up to send cards. Animations are usually very simple. Out of this world or around the word: the beautiful Sloppy Kiss Cards dogs go everywhere to wish a very happy new year. 17 of 17 123Greetings.com What We Like Ecards are free to send. Large selection of New Year's cards available. What We Don't Like Site design is dated and cluttered. Ad displays for 15 seconds before receiver can view card. A true firework of New Year's greetings can be launched from 123Greetings.com. The collection of cards is small, but nice.