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Published on June 24th, 2011 | by Janine Popick

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21 Summer Subject Lines that Make a Splash

Summer’s here, and the living’s easy! Well, that last part might not necessarily be true, but you can save time on your email marketing this summer by taking tips from these seasonally inspired subject lines. Now queue up your emails and go have some fun in the sun!

4th of July & Summer Subject Lines that Make a Splash:

  1. New red, white & blue for you! (Chasing Fireflies)
  2. Take up to 50% off at our Red, White and Denim Sale! (Lucky Brand)
  3. Get Independence Day Travel Inspiration (VRBO)
  4. Independence Sale – Fares from $9* Each Way! (Spirit Airlines)
  5. Proudly Made in the USA (Sur la Table)
  6. Start Planning Your 4th Of July Family Fun (Melissa & Doug)
  7. Fire up the grill! (Chronicle Books)
  8. Amber, the first day of Summer is here! And so is your 52% off. (ProFlowers)
  9. Summer Cycling + Save up to 30% (REI)
  10. Summer Sale — Save up to 75% (Papyrus)
  11. Make your creative sizzle this summer (DMA Education)
  12. On the Menu: Fire, Smoke & Flavor with the Voltaggio Bros. (Williams-Sonoma)
  13. School’s Out! (Teavana)
  14. Ready For S’more Campsite Styles? + Get Free Shipping (Zappos.com)
  15. Get Our Newest Tips for Sweet Summer Celebrations (Tiny Prints)
  16. Summer Home Sale: extra 15% off ends Wednesday + Free Shipping! (Macy’s)
  17. My Mileage Plus: Start the summer off with great travel tips and deals (United Miles)
  18. Farmer’s Market Fresh: Everything you need for healthy summer meals (Crate and Barrel)
  19. Summer’s newest sandals – get ’em all! (DSW)
  20. Seasonal Clearance! Up to 75% Off – Shop Semi Annual Sale! (Bath & Body Works)
  21. Summer’s Officially Here – Get Outside and Entertain (Z Gallerie)

What subject lines or businesses have inspired your email marketing? Please share your favorites!

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