Deck Out Your Holiday Email Campaign With 6 Free Templates

Send some holiday cheer to your customers with an email template guaranteed to help you stand out in the inbox.  Templates include a Gift Guide, Season’s Greetings, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and Happy Kwanzaa.

The holiday shopping season is in full swing!  And you know it’s bound to be a busy one.

In fact, some businesses report that up to 30% of their annual sales occur during the holiday season.

But when it comes to sending marketing emails around the holidays, how can you get noticed in very crowded inboxes?

Adding a touch of holiday cheer to your design can make all the difference.  That’s why the AWeber design elves created these professionally-designed holiday email templates that will help you stand out in the inbox.

Free holiday email templates

Keep the momentum going past Black Friday and Cyber Monday and capitalize on all this holiday shopping by planning your holiday email promotions now.  And use these beautiful, predesigned templates in your email campaigns.

These HTML holiday templates are all mobile responsive, so they will look great no matter how your customers view them.

They are perfect to:

  • Send a festive seasonal greeting
  • Inspire shoppers with a gift guide
  • Promote a holiday sale
  • Share holiday hours or shipping deadlines
  • Drive traffic to your website

1. Gift Guide email template

A gift guide is a perfect way to showcase your awesome products and services during this holiday season.  Quickly populate the Gift Guide template with your products in a matter of minutes.

There are three visual and color palate options, so you can choose one that most closely matches your business and brand.



The Gift Guide series even includes a matching, customizable landing page.


Easily add discount coupons

Holiday shoppers are often on the hunt for discount codes.

All of AWebers’ templates allow the option to add a discount coupon or code with the coupon widget.  Simply click on the coupon widget and drag a coupon over to your template to customize.



2. Nature holiday series

If you’re looking for an eye-catching holiday template that stands out in the inbox, consider the Cardinal series.

It is perfect for sending a holiday greeting, showing off a few products, or sharing blog posts with your audience.  There are three different color pallets to choose from.




3. Festive Season’s Greetings email template

The Christmas season is ideal for strengthening relationships with your customers by sending out a season’s greetings email.

This HTML email template with its holly motif makes your seasonal and holiday email campaign a little more festive.  It’s the perfect email to keep your audience engaged this season.


4. Traditional Merry Christmas email template

If you are looking for a more traditional email template, consider the Merry Christmas template.

Additional content sections like coupons, product highlights, headlines, and buttons can be added in the drag and drop editor sidebar.


5. Happy Hanukkah email template

Are you looking for a Hanukkah email template?  Celebrate the festival of lights by using our free Hanukkah HTML email template.

Send a greeting to your subscribers, include a special Hanukkah offer, or simply thank them for being a subscriber for another year.  Easily customize it with your brand’s logo and holiday message.


6. Happy Kwanzaa Email Templates

Kwanzaa is a 7-day holiday celebrated daily from December 26th to January 1st to honor African heritage.  You don’t need to be African-American to commemorate Kwanzaa principles of Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work & Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, and Faith.

This HTML Happy Kwanzaa email template is perfect for sending on Kwanza’s last day to engage with your customers.


Wishing you and your family a festive holiday season

We wish you and your family all the best this holiday season!  Use these templates as a free gift from AWeber when you sign up for AWeber Free.

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Kristin MacLaughlin

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