Creating new and unique holiday emails is hard enough; and now that Christmas promotions start in October, marketers need to be ten steps ahead of the holiday marketing game.

Email Creative Archive is a great tool to find email design inspiration for any type of email from holiday to abandoned cart or welcome emails.

Here are five well-designed emails for Veteran’s Day across several industries to get you in the holiday marketing spirit!

#1 Life Is Good

Subject Line: Help Kids of the Troops with Our Veteran’s Day Collection

Why We Love It: This email gets right to the point, thanking veterans and offering a donation from Veteran’s Day sales. Who doesn’t want to help out while purchasing a product they love?

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#2 Fannie May

Subject Line: Last Chance: Veteran’s Day Savings Event + Free Shipping

Why We Love It: Fannie May very clearly offers savings for Veteran’s Day, includes free shipping & a great call to action button, and catches your eye with bright orange. Hard to miss this deal!

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#3 Wayfair

Subject Line: Veteran’s Day blowout up to 70% OFF + Rachael Ray bakeware just $32.99!

Why We Love It: With the products themselves in the email, the clear call to action buttons make it simple for customers to click to buy. The descriptions are also great alternatives to product names, e.g. “Heart of the Home”

 

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#4 Petco

Subject Line: Veteran’s Day Sale Ends at Midnight! Save 20% Sitewide + FREE Shipping on $49!

Why We Love It: The midnight deadline drives purchases & Petco did a great job integrating their branding with patriotic imagery.

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#5 BJ’s Restaurants

Subject Line: Our Special Veteran’s Day Thank You

Why We Love It: BJ’s Brewhouse makes the email about the veterans, while also showing meal selections. They also did a great job incorporating their branding with the theme of the holiday.

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