3 Father’s Day emails we’re into

With Father’s Day coming up on Sunday, we wanted to highlight some great emails we saw, and maybe give you a little last-minute inspiration.

3. Here’s A $20 Gift Card To give That Unique Father’s Day Gift.

Sender: Buffalo Jackson Trading Co.

Immediately eye-grabbing subject, accompanied by a great deal and a heart-string tugging image = a win.


2. Book a trip for Dad: 20% off ➕ $49 Fares

Sender: Frontier Airlines

We like to see the travel industry get in on the holiday as well. Same approach as Buffalo Trading Co., except cute animals will always have the edge.


1. Tell Dad You’ve Got Dessert Covered

Sender: Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams

Proving that it’s not all about ties and golf balls, Jeni’s put together an incredibly enticing email.


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