77 Ways to Say 'Have a Good Day'

By Carly Forsaith, updated on April 10, 2023

Are you looking for alternative ways to say ‘Have a good day’? If so, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, you’ll learn 77 ways to wish someone a good day.

So get ready to impress, and read on!

Casual Other Ways to Say ‘Have a Good Day’

Let’s start off with some greetings that are appropriate for casual settings, i.e., to use with your friends and family. Or your local shopkeeper or neighbor. Or even your colleague at work, if you’re close enough.

Feel free to alternate full stops and exclamation marks. If you want to come across as a little more enthusiastic, use the latter.

1 .Have a great day.
2. Have a fantastic day.
3. Have a splendid day.
4. Have a fab day.
5. Have a nice day.
6. Have a joyous day.
7. Have a ridiculously awesome day.
8. Have a good one.
9. Have an inspiring day.
10. I hope you have an amazing day.
11. I hope you have the best day ever!
12. I hope you have a terrific day.
13. I hope you have a thrilling day.
14. I hope you have a productive day.
15. I wish you a fabulous day.
16. I wish you an awesome day.
17. I wish you an incredible day.
18. I wish you a sweet Sunday.
19. Today’s gonna be the best, I’m sure of it!
20. Sending you good vibes for today.
21. Enjoy your day to the fullest!
22. Take care.
23. Take it easy.
24. Happy (day of the week)!
25. Make it a good one.
26. Make today great.
27. Have a super day.
28. Have fun today!
29. Go out there and be awesome today!
30. Here’s to the best day ever.
31. Let’s make this an unforgettable day.
32. Enjoy every moment of your day.
33. Hope your day is full of surprises
34. Here’s to a day filled with bliss.
35. Go out there and make this day yours
36. Today’s going to be a great day, I can feel it!
37. Have a good day, make good choices.
38. Have a great day, but if you don’t, that’s okay too!
39. Hope your day is flippin’ awesome!
40. There’s only one thing I need you to do for me: Have a wonderful day!

How to Say ‘Have a Good Day’ (Formally)

Now we’ll have a look at some good expressions to use in more formal situations, so with your boss, for instance, or the panel at an interview, or anyone you really want to impress, basically.

41. Have a pleasant day, sir.
42. Have a superb day.
43. I hope you have a wonderful day.
44. I hope you have a marvelous day.
45. I hope you enjoy your day.
46. I hope your day goes well.
47. I hope your day is productive and successful.
48. All the best for today’s schedule.
49. Enjoy your day.
50. Make today count.
51. May you enjoy a blissful day.
52. May your day be as enjoyable as can be.
53. Make it a spectacular day.
54. Here’s to a great day.
55. Here’s to a day filled with success.
56. I wish you a pleasant day ahead.
57. Wishing you a day full of success.

Other Ways to Say ‘Have a Good Day’ in Writing

When you’re writing a message, you can elaborate a little more. That means you can afford to write a slightly longer message. Use them on a birthday card, for example, or to encourage a friend who has an important presentation that day or an interview for a new job.

Here are some ideas for writing ‘Have a good day’ greetings.

58. May your day be filled with happiness and joy.
59. May all of your dreams come true today.
60. I hope your day brings all the success you deserve.
61. I hope your day is everything you hoped it would be.
62. Sending positive vibes your way!
63. Best of luck for the day ahead.
64. Just wanted to say have a good one!
65. I wish you a day that’s as wonderful as you.
66. I hope you have a day that’s as amazing as you are.
67. Wishing you all the best for today.
68. May this be your best day ever!
69. May you have a beautiful day.
70. Shine bright like the sun today.
71. Wishing you lots of luck today
72. Take time to relax and enjoy today.
73. Make sure you have some fun today.
74. You can handle this, babe, I know you can.
75. Good luck for today. I believe in you!
76. Thinking of you on this tough day and just wanted to wish you all the best.
77. I hope your day is full of all your favorite things!

Concluding Thoughts

So there you have it; there are lots of other ways to wish someone a good day, as you can see.

A lot of these are customizable, too, so:

  • Don’t hesitate to take part of one sentence and use it with another.
  • Or use one of the sentence structures you’ve seen above, but change some of the words.

Have fun with it!

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Written By:
Carly Forsaith
Carly Forsaith is one of the lead freelance writers for WritingTips.org. Carly is a copywriter who has been writing about the English language for over 3 years. Before that, she was a teacher in Thailand, helping people learn English as a second language. She is a total grammar nerd and spends her time spotting language errors on signs and on the internet.

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