How to Send Bulk Emails at Cheap Rates?


Mailgun is great, as is MailChimp. MailChimp might be easier for you since it has email blast campaigns and templates, while MailGun does not.

Answered 6 years ago

I worked for an Email Service Provider for four years. There is a big difference between sending an email and having it get past the spam filter and inboxed.

Just like location is key in real-estate, deliverability is the key when it comes to email marketing.

If the prospect never sees the email - does it matter how cheaply it was sent?

I'd suggest a split test sending a segment of your via multiple senders, and then measuring unique opens & click-thrus.

If it is a purchased list - you'll want to scrub it to make sure your deliverability doesn't tank overnight if you send to a spam trap.

I'd suggest using 2 services at a minimum. 1 Service to send to cold email addresses, and when someone opens or clicks on a link transfer that email to the 2nd service. You may need to replace service 1 frequently if deliverability drops.

That will keep the openers and clickers from getting nuked when if you have a spam trap on your purchased list.

Answered 6 years ago

I would recommend checking out (free - opensource marketing automation platform self hosted or on AWS) or ($59 - one time fee) hosted on AWS.

The downside is that you will need to have someone build out the HTML email templates. Also, if you are not that technical, you will likely need someone to help you set up these platforms. I'd find someone on Upwork -- $15 to set up, and will definitely be more expensive for the email template.

Answered 6 years ago

The cheapest that I've found, almost like a light-weight Mailchimp, is EmailOctopus ( ) with a cost of $19pm for 10k subscribers. At this level of subscribers, you could also check out Mailchimp ($75pm), Campaign Monitor ($89pm), MailerLite ($35pm) or Get Response ($65pm). Hope this helps.

Answered 6 years ago

Hi 👋

If you have a Gmail account, you can already send a lot of bulk emails quite easily using your own email address.

Tools like helps you send personalized emails with merge campaigns managed from a Google Sheet.

If you want to send about a thousand emails per day, that’s definitely the easiest way to start. There’s zero configuration. And it’s super cheap.

Answered 5 years ago

Try this tool:

handysends give preferred pricing option and best customer support.

Answered 4 years ago

There is various bulk email that do not charge a fee, I mean they are free. Big Mass Mailer is a good one, I have known. Other than that Groupmail Free Edition is also one that you can try.
Besides if you do have any questions give me a call:

Answered 3 years ago

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