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Published on June 27th, 2017 | by Contributing Author

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Celebrate Independence Day

Barbecue! America! Fireworks! Summer is in full swing and the 4th of July is a week away. Now is a great time to add some seasonal flair to your email campaigns and capture your customers’ attention. Celebrate the long weekend with some fun, snappy subject lines full of summer spirit. In a writing rut? Check out some of our favorite subject lines in our inboxes right now:

  1. Go America, It’s Your Birthday! (Birthday treat inside!) | Farmgirl Flowers
  2. Burberry. Star-spangled sales. (It’s a part in the RUE.S.A.) | Rue La La
  3. Oh Say Can You Eat | Tasting Table
  4. America’s Pastime on the 4th of July | SF Giants
  5. PREPARE FOR FIREWORKS | Carbon38
  6. Grilling Secrets from the Pros – Plus red, white, and blue berry desserts | Fine Cooking
  7. Flag this: $6 styles + EXTRA 50% off | LOFT
  8. Let Freedom Ring: Free Shipping Now Through Sunday | Kaufmann Mercantile
  9. Buttermilk Layer Cake, Fresh Blueberries & Stone Fruit Pie – Sweet Red, White & Blue Pie Party in the USA! | Good Eggs
  10. Top 20 Fourth of July Recipes | F&W: The Dish
  11. Proud To Be An American | Under Armour
  12. The Perfect 4th of July Weekend | Travel + Leisure
  13. 4 reasons to eat what you want this 4th of July | Methodology
  14. 6 Big-Batch Cocktail Recipes for the Fourth of July | Liquor.com
  15. Hooray! Up to 70% OFF for America’s big day | Wayfair
  16. The Ultimate Pork Tacos – Our favorite no-cook summer pastas, pies for 4th of July, and more | Epicurious
  17. 25% Off Makes Sunday Way Better – Ends Today. Stock Up for the Fourth | American Apparel
  18. ‘Mericas For The Whole Family | Chubbies
  19. Grilling Secrets from the Pros – 4th of July party menu | Fine Cooking
  20. Happy Birthday, America! Out the red, white & blue | Express

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Editor’s Note: This blog post was originally published in June 2016 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy and relevance.

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