How to say Thank you in Spanish


There are times when knowing how to express gratitude in Spanish can make a big difference in your travel experiences and relationship with others.

In this short post we will look at how to say thank you in Spanish and we will review a few ideas that may be useful to express how grateful you are in casual and more formal contexts.

To say thank you in Spanish you can say:



Learn the pronunciation here: 



A few other formal alternatives to say thanks are:

  • I really appreciate what you have done.
  • En verdad valoro lo que usted ha hecho.


  • Thanks for what you did, I appreciate it.
  • Gracias por lo que hizo, lo valoro.


  • I feel very thankful.
  • Me siento muy agradecido.


  • You’re very kind, thank you very much.
  • Es usted muy amable, muchas gracias.


  • Thank you very much for your help.
  • Muchas gracias por su ayuda.


Learn the pronunciation of these phrases here:


Now let’s take a look at a few other phrases that may be used in a more casual environment (with friends or people you know at school for example):


  • Hey, thanks a lot.
  • Hey, muchas gracias.


  • Thank you very much!
  • ¡Muchísimas gracias!


  • Seriously, thanks so much!
  • En serio, ¡muchas gracias!


  • Thanks for your help.
  • Gracias por tu ayuda.


Learn the pronunciation of these phrases here:


We hope this short post was useful to help you learn how to say thank you in Spanish, it is something that will be very useful while traveling in Spanish-speaking countries.


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