This was a clever email and good play on the brand name. Good use of simple imagery to instruct guest on how to redeem Not sure why this email was sent AFTER lunch versus maybe sending at 9am when many are planning where to go for lunch.
Nothing much to this email besides a bacon-topped milkshake, which doesn’t look good however you dress it up…In any case, they may want to tease some of their featured bacon items at the bottom of the email just so people turned off by the milkshake don’t totally lose interest.
A great, thematic email from Stacked on the Cinco de Mayo-related items. The imagery is amazing and they have a wide selection of offerings for the month-long celebration. Not a fan of the full image emails, plus the copy alongside each of the photos is so small it gets a bit lost.
A great way to visually introduce new limited-time menu items. Not sure why they insist on using such small type in the image descriptions…but otherwise a good looking email.
Fairly standard escalating gift card offer, but what I like about this is that in holiday “counting” fashion it suggestive sells some of the popular food items with beautiful visuals.
Not really thrilled with this format. Some decent visuals, but too dense with information. Would recommend a single main story with at most one or two supporting teasers with links to the website for more information. Plus it should be broken up into HTML to make it viewable on a wider variety of browsers.