10 Sites That Offer The Best Free Email Templates

Free is great to hear when it comes to most things in marketing. Ths list of great no cost email templates is no exception.

Free is great to hear when it comes to most things in marketing. Ths list of great no cost email templates is no exception. Upgrade your email marketing efforts with email templates from one of these 10 sites.


1. CakeMail

Cakemail offers free retina-ready templates from basic to business, holiday designs and more. Best of all, you can try CakeMail for free for 30 days. No credit card, no contract required.


2. Get Response

Get Response allows businesses to brand their newsletter by offering a database of over 500 HTML customizable templates. The Get Response drag-n-drop editor is user-friendly, as there is no need for HTML coding. Your next email newsletter is ready to send in minutes at no extra cost. There are a wide range of examples on the website, showcasing the power of this fantastic tool.


3. Litmus

Litmus offers modern email templates designed by the best email designers in the business. They are easy to use and completely free; sorted by categories including launch, e-commerce, account management, and marketing templates.


Source: Litmus
Source: Litmus


4. Freemail Templates

Freemail Templates specializes in the collection and curation of free newsletter templates, available as free PSD and HTML downloads. Also, their premium newsletters offer editable versions for Campaign Monitor and MailChimp.


5. Campaign Monitor

Campaign monitor is an ideal choice for clean and minimal email newsletter design. You can easily create beautiful, branded email marketing campaigns by choosing one of their free HTML email templates and customize it in minutes.




6. Antwort

If you’re looking for responsive email layout, Antwort offers newsletter templates that are viewable and editable across all devices. Their email templates are available in three formats: single-column, two-column, and three-column. The great thing about these templates is that they fit and adapts to client widths so you don’t have to underwhelm desktop users with single column layouts that work for mobile. Antwort offers columns on desktop that automatically become rows on mobile. Designed with dynamic content in mind the minimalistic look and feel makes it easy to handle more customized work, if applicable.


7. Underscore

If you are looking for something that still has that conventional newsletter feel yet with enough room for quick news items, a bigger hero image, and longer articles, then Underscore is a great option. Offering a classic design suited for mobile their templates offer improved view ability for subscribers who use hand-held devices.


8. Stamplia Builder

Stamplia is an easy to use editor for Stamplia email templates. Users can create their own email template in minutes with modules. The best part is this: Build, move, destroy, and re-build your layout according to your mood or next marketing promotion. Their template builder requires no codes and no tech with real-time preview features. Once your template is saved, you can export it to your favorite email provider and in one click your template is compatible with your email provider’s editor.


9. Constant Contact

Constant Contact offers a platform that has an array of features designed to help customers make the most of their campaigns; it is ideal for marketing tools that major on email.  An example of the features is the free email templates as well as a drag and drop email template builder, which have a free startup, but the cost will differ from there depending on usage.


10. ZURB Ink

ZURB Studios offers five free responsive email templates. These email templates are perfect if you are looking for a fluid layout that makes image and copy customization simple. You can also view their templates across different email clients. Coding knowledge is helpful if you use ZURB email templates. Thanks to a single HTML file and a separate CSS stylesheet, editing is made easier. You can also choose to place CSS inline with the HTML after uploading each file separately.


This article has been edited and condensed.

Cormac Reynolds works and writes for a variety of marketing and internet blogs. He loves all sorts of different aspects of blogging and also has a big interest in bludgeoning the culinary arts. Connect with @brightoncormac on Twitter.


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