Whether you're looking for pizza or chicken pot pie, there's a Pi Day deal out there for you.
Pi Day may be dedicated to the mathematical constant Pi—3.1415926535 (etc.), but historically, that hasn’t stopped a few brands from using March 14 as an excuse to run pie-related food deals. We’re talking free pie, pizza on the cheap, buy-one-get-one pies, and more, for one day only. Scroll through to see some of the deals we’ve found so far, and keep checking back up until Pi Day on Thursday to see if any more have been announced. (Or, make your own pie at home to celebrate—we’ve got plenty of recipes.)
Buy any one large pizza during lunch or dinner on Pi Day and you'll get a second pie (either large cheese or Bertucci pizza pie) for $3.14, per People. Use the discount code "PIDAY" to save.
BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse
Dine-in guests can score a mini one-topping pizza for $3.14 (in honor of the first few digits of Pi, naturally) at BJ's this Pi Day.
If you download Blaze Pizza’s new app, you can order a pizza for $3.14—the deal is good for one pie person, and gluten-free pizzas are included in the Pi Day deal too. (High-rise crust is still extra.) Despite the requirement to download the app, you still have to order in person to get the special price. And as a heads-up, a select few locations won’t be participating in the promotion: Disney Springs, George Mason University, and UCLA, as well as airports and stadiums, according to the Blaze site.
Head to Bojangles’ on Thursday to get three Sweet Potato Pies for $3.14. This week, Bojangles’ will also be tweeting out “Pi-themed math questions” leading up to Pi Day, according to the site—if you answer correctly, you’ll be entered to win a $10 Bojangles’ gift card.
If you buy one chicken pot pie and a drink at Boston Market, you’ll get another pot pie free—score. Bring this coupon with you to get the deal.
California Pizza Kitchen
Craving Key Lime Pie? You’re in luck—California Pizza Kitchen will offer slices of its Key Lime Pie for (spoiler alert:) $3.14 (pre-tax) on Thursday. The deal is valid for dine-in and takeout. (As for the pizza pies, there aren’t any deals, unfortunately).
Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen
Cheddar's is running a "pie one, get one" deal for Pi Day—in other words? If you buy one chicken pot pie, you'll get a second one free to take home and bake. (Baking instructions will be supplied, according to a statement).
On Pi Day only, you can purchase one Adult Buffet meal and large drink to get another Adult Buffet meal for $3.14—get the coupon here.
Goldbelly is offering up to 50 percent off on a ton of different pies through March 14, from all across America—including Salty Honey Pie from Four & Twenty Blackbirds in Brooklyn, and Oreo Pie from Pie Lab in Greensboro, Alabama. Check out all of the discounted pie here.
According to the site, purchase any bread item at Hungry Howie's to get a medium one-topping pizza for $3.14. The deal is carryout only, valid through Thursday, March 14—use the code "19PI" to save.
Grab a personal signature pizza for just $3.14 on Pi Day at any participating Pie Five location. For the full list of pizzas you can order, check out the menu here.
Pizza Inn Rewards members can get a medium "Chocolate Chip Pizzert" (aka a chocolate chip cookie pizza) for $3.14 on Pi Day. Yes, please.
The pizza delivery service has decided that Pi Day should be "Local Pi Day," to support local pizzerias. As a result, you'll get $7 off your first Slice app order on March 14—just use the code "LOCALPI7" when you check out. (Your minimum order needs to total $15.50, even after the deduction).
Stop & Shop
Stop by any Stop & Shop location on Thursday, March 14 to get an eight inch pie for $3.14. You can pick from pumpkin, apple, or Dutch apple flavors.
Get $3.14 off any large—we repeat, large—bakery pie at Whole Foods on Pi Day.
Build-your-own pizza for $3.14? We'll take it.
7Rewards members can score a $3.14 pizza from 7-Eleven if they order for delivery through the 7NOW app. Or, if they go to the store in person, they'll get slices for 50 cents each, according to People.
This list will be updated as more information becomes available.