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Let’s bring in good fortune with the Red Envelope emoji! This emoji is heavily associated with Chinese New Year, weddings, and other festive occasions. The red envelope is generally accompanied with the Chinese character, fu, which means good luck and happiness. It is a way of wishing the receiver good fortune in their future. Most platforms display the chinese character in gold lettering.

The red envelope emoji is mostly known for the Chinese New Year above all other celebrations. This is why placing it with a Chinese Zodiac animal, specifically the one representing the year it is, would mean the person sending it to you is wishing you a great new year.

You can also use the red envelope emoji with one of the banknote emojis, which implies receiving money in a red envelope. Or combine it with the Fireworks emoji to show that you are celebrating the Chinese New Year. You may also place it alongside the Person with Veil emoji to congratulate someone who’s getting married by giving them a red envelope.

🧧 Red Envelope is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 11.0 which was introduced in 2018, and was added to Emoji 11.0.

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This Red Envelope Is Also Known As:

red envelope

red packet emoji

Red Envelope Emoji History

Red Envelope Emoji is created in the year 2018.

Red Envelope Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F9E7
  • Version
    Version 11.0
  • Year
    2018