The holiday season is upon us! If you’re a business owner who has been putting off creating your email campaigns for the next couple of months, then I have some great news. That’s right, it’s never too late to get started with creating an amazing email marketing campaign that will bring in more sales and revenue. Whether you use one of these 121+ Holiday Email Subject Lines or create your own from scratch, there are plenty of options available for businesses looking to increase their holiday sales this year.
Keep reading for some amazing ideas and examples that will help inspire you to come up with creative subject lines that people can’t wait to read! Who doesn’t want “amazing” ideas? This post promises readers inspiration and examples.
Holiday Email Subject Line Examples
Happy Holidays from Your Favorite Company
Have a Prosperous New Year!
New Year’s Eve Party Invitations
Holiday Photos from Our Office Party
A Warm Welcome to the New Year
“I’m so excited to hear from you!”
“What’s your favorite holiday tradition?”
“How do you plan on celebrating this year?”
“Share a funny family story with me.” 5. “Tell me about your most memorable Christmas ever.”
“Who are the people in your life that mean the most to you during the holidays?”
“I’m so excited for the holidays!”
“You’re on my list”
“It’s almost time to get ready for the holidays!”
“Wishing you a happy holiday season!”
“This is your Christmas card from me”
“Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays”
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Get your holiday shopping done early!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Team XYZ
It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
This is our favorite time of year, too – we hope you’re enjoying it as much as we are!
The best part about winter is coming to work in a sweater with snow on the ground outside
“A merry Christmas from the family!”
“Last minute gift ideas for all budgets”
“How to avoid holiday weight gain, and still enjoy yourself”
“The best of our blog this year”
“What’s new on our site?”
“[Your company name] is hiring!” (with a link to your career page)
“You’re invited to our holiday party!”
“Happy Holidays from the __ family”
Christmas email subject lines
“Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!”
“Be merry, not grumpy this season”
“We hope you have a joyous holiday season”
“The most important email of the year!”
“No more holiday shopping stress”
“Time to start enjoying the holidays”
“A few last-minute gifts for you and your loved ones”
“I’m thinking about you this Christmas season.”
“You’re in my thoughts and prayers this Christmas.”
“I’m so excited to see you this year!”
“It’s almost time for the holidays! We’re counting down.”
“What are your holiday plans?”
“Wishing you a merry Christmas and happy new year!”
“Please join us on December 19th for our annual holiday party”
The 12 Days of Christmas
A Merry Christmas to You!
I hope you’re having a great day today!
Happy Holidays from your friends at Company Name
Wishing you all the best this holiday season!
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“You’re in my thoughts this Christmas”
“It’s not too early to start thinking about presents!”
“A little bird told me you love chocolate”
“What do you want for Christmas?”
“Christmas is coming, and I can’t wait!”
“I hope your holidays are merry and bright”
“This is the best Christmas yet!”
“I hope you’re having a great day”
“It’s time to get in the holiday spirit!”
“Happy Holidays from our family to yours”
“Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!”
“We miss you and can’t wait to see you soon”
“I hope you have a lovely holiday season!”
“Merry Christmas from your favorite person”
“How’s it going?”
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!”
(Your name), here we go again!
“The holidays are coming and I’m so excited to celebrate with you”
How to craft holiday email subject lines that get opened, read, and acted upon.
Holiday subject lines will not only give your email a better chance at getting opened, it can also help separate you from the pack. But when is the best time to send them? And what about content? What’s all this I hear about scarcity and urgency? How will you make your customers feel like they need to click?
To answer this question, let’s first take a look at the stats…
88% of online shoppers are more likely to buy from an email that has a personalized subject line. (iContact)
73% of email recipients open emails based on their subject line alone. (HubSpot)
15% of people will only open emails if the subject line is interesting. (salesforce)
58% of consumers prefer a holiday greeting in an email versus a phone call during the holidays. (Ipsos, Holiday Shopping & Media Consumption Study 2016 )
Here are some tips that can help…
When sending holiday-specific campaign content (e.g., Black Friday specials, holiday shipping deadlines) , include the date in your subject line to get that edge.
Don’t forget to keep them short and sweet. Only 12% of holiday emails receive a response versus 16% when the subject line is 7-10 words in length. (Salesforce) :
After you’ve crafted a compelling subject line, it’s time to turn your attention to holiday content. This is where we get into some of the more modern and less predictable trends in holiday sales. And here’s what we’re seeing…
The best marketing campaigns are the ones where you help your customers see themselves with an item. If you can highlight their desire to buy, then you’re way ahead of the game.
Use scarcity in your holiday copy to build urgency. It doesn’t have to just be limited-time offers, either. This approach is effective for nearly any type of holiday email.
There are endless ways to make your email marketing campaigns more successful. One way is by using a holiday theme in the subject line of your emails like we’ve done here with 121+ ideas and examples for you to choose from! From Christmas quotes to Hanukkah slogans, we have something for everyone. Comment below on which one you liked best and let us know if there are any other holidays that would be beneficial too! We hope this post has helped inspire some creative new approaches to help increase click-through rates and open rates on those all-important holiday season emails. Happy Holidays!