Common Ways to Say "Have a nice day!" in Spanish

Quick Answer

Have a nice day! = ¡Qué tengas un buen día!  or Qué te vaya bien! 

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vs. Usted

The translations of Have a nice day! given above are informal () forms. If you're talking to someone older than you or someone to whom you want to show respect (a customer, for example), you should use the following usted forms:

¡Qué tenga un buen día! 

¡Qué le vaya bien! 

Singular vs. Plural

If you're speaking to more than one person, you should use the following ustedes forms:

¡Qué tengan un buen día! 

¡Qué les vaya bien! 

All About You

You is translated into Spanish in many different ways. Use the handy table below to help you decide which form you need to use.

FormUsed WithSpanish
(Informal second person singular)a single person who is the same age as you or younger¡Qué tengas un buen día!
¡Qué te vaya bien!
Usted (Formal second person singular)a single person who is older than you or to whom you want to show respect¡Qué tenga un buen día!
¡Qué le vaya bien!
Ustedes Forms (Second person plural)more than one person¡Qué tengan un buen día!
¡Qué les vaya bien!

Looking for more on the different ways to say you in Spanish? Check out our article here!

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