You Don't Need to Be a Mathematician to Score These Awesome Food Deals for Pi Day
You don’t have to be a math whiz to know that Pi Day is almost here.
The holiday, which falls on March 14 every year, celebrates pi (π), a mathematical ratio that represents a circle’s circumference to its diameter. The infinite number starts with 3.14, so if you look closely, you can see how the holiday came to be. All numbers aside, Pi Day also happens to be a great day for foodies, with many restaurants offering discounts on pi(es) in all forms.
We’ve compiled a list of the best places to score a deal on a pie this Pi Day, so take a peek and see if there are any being served up near you. The only question is: dessert pie, pot pie or pizza pie?
Goldbelly is famous for delivering iconic foods from across the country right to your front door—no matter where you live in the US. To celebrate Pi Day, they are offering up to 40% off a variety of pies from now until March 14. That includes Georgia Pecan Pie from Savannah’s Candy Kitchen, Levee High Apple Pie from Blue Owl Bakery, Brown Bag Apple Pie from Wisconsin or a Little Pie Sampler from the Little Pie Company in New York. Check their website for full offerings.
On Thursday, March 14, BJ’s dine-in guests can order a mini one-topping pizza for only $3.14. Pi may be infinite, but this deal is limited to Pi Day only.
Free pie alert! With the presentation of this coupon (which you can print out and present in-store), Marie Callender’s will be handing out free slices of pie with the purchase of an adult entree to celebrate the holiday. Unfortunately, this deal does not include cheesecakes or seasonal fresh fruit pies.
The meal kit service is offering a pretty sweet Pi Day deal for first time subscribers: free dessert for a year! “Visit Plated.com/piday and enter promo code: PiDay,” reads the promo details. “Those who redeem this offer on or before March 14, 2019, Pi Day, will be able to add a dessert from the available Plated menu options at no additional cost to each order before shipping and applicable taxes for a year.”
All 320 Blaze Pizza locations across the country will be celebrating their sixth annual Pi Day by offering $3.14 whole pizzas all day long on March 14.
“Pie One, Get One” at Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen locations nationwide on March 14. Guests who order a Homemade Chicken Pot Pie in-restaurant or to go will get a second pie free of charge to bake at home, no coupon necessary. Baking instructions will be provided!
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Dine in at a Pie Five location on March 14 to receive their Pi Day discount: any 11-inch signature pizza for $3.14. If you love their cauliflower crust, that’ll cost you a little extra.
Are you a Pizza Inn rewards member? If not, you’re going to want to download the app ASAP. On March 14, chocolate chip Pizzerts (their dessert pizzas) will cost only $3.14 for new or existing rewards members.
Grab a single topping 8-inch pizza for $3.14 all day long on March 14—dine in only. Sorry Gulf Coasters, Fairhope, Saraland, Gulf Breeze and Orange Beach locations are excepted.
Stop by Bertucci’s for lunch or dinner on Pi Day for a delicious deal that’s kind to your stomach and your wallet. Buy any one large pizza pie and receive a large cheese or Bertucci pizza pie for $3.14 with the discount code: PIDAY. This offer can be applied whether the pizzas are ordered in-person, online or over the phone, so there’s no excuse not to stuff yourself with pizza on Thursday.
Sample a slice of CPK’s creamy key lime pie for only $3.14 on March 14, while supplies last. Offer is valid for dine-in or takeout at participating locations.
Take this coupon to your local Boston Market and score a free pot pie with the purchase of a pot pie and a drink on March 14.
Looking for a more unique take on pie this Pi Day? Head to chicken and biscuits joint Bojangles’, where they’re serving up three sweet potato pies for $3.14 at participating locations, March 14 only.
7-Eleven has double the deals this Pi Day, offering whole pizzas for $3.14 for delivery via the 7NOW app, and 50 cent slices in-store for all 7Rewards customers. If that isn’t enough, customers who purchase a whole pizza pie in-store will receive 314 7Rewards bonus points when they scan the 7-Eleven app at checkout—which you can use for more pizza, of course.