65 Other Ways to Say “Thank You” in Speaking and Writing

How to say thank you! List of 65 powerful ways to say Thank You in English with pictures and video lessons. Learn these thanks synonyms to enlarge your vocabulary and enhance your communication skill in English.

Ways to Say Thank You

Learn how to say thank you meaningfully in English with pictures.

1. Thanks

2. Many thanks

3. Thanks a lot

4. Thanks a bunch

5. Thank you very much

6. It’s very kind of you

7. I really appreciate it

8. Thank you for everything

9. I owe you one

10. I really appreciate your help

11. I’m so grateful

12. Thanks a million

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13. Thanks for everything

14. Thanks so much

15. I can’t thank you enough

16. I cannot express my appreciation

17. I appreciate your time

18. A million thanks to you

19. I owe you big time

20. I truly appreciate you

21. Thanks a ton

22. How thoughtful of you!

23. I’ll forever be grateful

24. Please accept my deepest thanks

25. You’re too kind

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26. You are an angel

27. You are the best

28. You have my gratitude

29. You made my day

30. You saved my day

31. You’re a dear

32. You’re a life saver

33. You’re awesome

34. You’re great

35. You’ve saved my life

36. Accept my endless gratitude

37. All I can say is, Thanks!

38. All my love and thanks to you

39. Consider yourself heartily thanked

40. How can I ever possibly thank you

41. How can I ever thank you enough

42. How can I show you how grateful I am?

43. I couldn’t have done it without you

44. I do not know what I would do without you

45. I don’t know what to say!

46. Oh, you shouldn’t have!

47. I humbly thank you

48. Please accept my best thanks

49. I’m grateful for your assistance

50. I’m really grateful for your help

51. It is hard to find words to express my gratitude

52. It was so awesome of you

53. I really appreciate everything you’ve done

54. I really want to thank you for your help

55. I thank you from the bottom of my heart

56. I thank you most warmly

57. I want you to know how much I value your support

58. I wanted to thank you as soon as possible

59. I will never forget what you have done

60. I wish to thank everyone who pitched in

61. If anyone deserve thanks, it’s you

62. Your generosity overwhelms me

63. What would I do without you?

64. Words can’t describe how thankful I am

65. My gratitude knows no bounds.

How to Say Thank You (in Writing and Speaking)

Thanks a ton. | I owe you one.

These are genuine expressions of thanks that are usually used for friends or family. You can say these when someone has done something big for you, but probably not something life-changing.

Thanks. | Thanks a million. | Thanks so much. | Many thanks. | You’re too kind. | You are the best. | Thanks a lot. | All I can say is, thanks! | Thanks a bunch. | Thanks for everything.

You can use these expressions of thanks in casual or somewhat casual, generic situations. For example, these would be fine to use with a coworker you’re friendly with, a good friend, or a regular acquaintance. These are usually used when the thing you’re thanking a person for is relatively small.

A million thanks to you. | I’ll forever be grateful. | You have my gratitude. | You’ve saved my life. | Accept my endless gratitude. | All my love and thanks to you. | Consider yourself heartily thanked. | How can I ever possibly thank you. | How can I ever thank you enough. | How can I show you how grateful I am? | I do not know what I would do without you. | It is hard to find words to express my gratitude. | I thank you from the bottom of my heart. | I will never forget what you have done. | If anyone deserves thanks, it’s you. | Words can’t describe how thankful I am. | You are an angel.

These versions of “thank you” are a little over the top. This means they’re good to use for really, really big thanks, or as a way to make light of thanking someone for something smaller. Occasionally, they might even be used sarcastically to indicate a lack of thanks.

I’m so grateful. | I can’t thank you enough. | I cannot express my appreciation. | I owe you big time. | I truly appreciate you. | You made my day. | You saved my day. | You’re a lifesaver. | You’re awesome. | You’re great. | I couldn’t have done it without you. | I’m really grateful for your help. | It was so awesome of you. | I really appreciate everything you’ve done. | I really want to thank you for your help. | What would I do without you?

You can use these as ways to thank people when they’ve caused an emotional response. These can be used more casually, but usually, they’re used when someone does something really big or really helpful. These are almost always used as genuine thanks.

I don’t know what to say! | Oh, you shouldn’t have! 

You can use these to thank someone in a situation you’re not entirely sure of. You can also use them if someone has given you a gift that you don’t actually care for, when you don’t want to either lie or hurt their feelings. In this latter case, make sure your tone is genuine or it might come across as sarcasm.

I appreciate your time. | How thoughtful of you! | Please accept my deepest thanks. | I’m grateful for your assistance. | Thank you very much. | I want you to know how much I value your support. | I wanted to thank you as soon as possible. | It’s very kind of you. | I wish to thank everyone who pitched in. | Thank you for everything.

These are more formal ways to say thank you. You can use these to express gratitude when the person you’re thanking is a boss or teacher, a respected relative, or if you’re not sure how to act around a person and want to err on the side of formality. If you use them in a casual situation, you might get funny looks, but it will get your point across.

I really appreciate your help. | I really appreciate it.

These can be used in formal situations or casual ones, and they’re relatively generic. If you’re at a complete loss on how to thank someone, you can use one of these.

You’re a dear. | I humbly thank you. | Please accept my best thanks. | I thank you most warmly. | Your generosity overwhelms me. | My gratitude knows no bounds.

These ways of saying thank you are fairly outdated. You might hear them from an older person, but from younger people, they might be used sarcastically. If you use these for genuine thanks, be sure that the other person knows you’re being serious.

Another Way to Say Thank You | Pictures

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Other Ways to Say Thank You | Thanks Synonyms Video

Learn how to say thank you differently with this American English pronunciation video lesson.

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Cyprien Mbete
Cyprien Mbete
2 years ago

Very helpfull

unknown
unknown
5 months ago
Reply to  Cyprien Mbete

no it was not

Barry mcockiner
Barry mcockiner
2 months ago
Reply to  unknown

shut up you very mean person. your comments are hurtful

s.jagan
s.jagan
1 year ago

Nice

ur mom
ur mom
1 year ago

really helped with homework

Isaac John
Isaac John
1 year ago

It’s helpful indeed

grezyah
grezyah
11 months ago

love this one..

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