Pi Day 2020: Where to Find Deals and Free Food
From discounted pizzas to BOGO pies, here’s where you can save.
Pi Day may officially be an annual celebration of the mathematical constant, pi (aka 3.1415926535…etc.), which is why it falls on March 14. However, it’s also an unofficial food holiday, since several restaurants across the company offer deals on all sorts of pies, including sweet pies, savory pies, and pizzas, too. This year, Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen and Boston Market have BOGO deals on chicken pot pies, while The Fresh Market will take $3.14 off certain pies it sells. Read on for all the deals we’ve found so far below, and keep checking back until Saturday, March 14 in case we find more.
7-Eleven has two promotions for Pi Day. Customers can get a whole pizza for $3.14, either in-store or through 7NOW delivery. Those with the 7Rewards App can also scan the app in-store on March 14 to get a slice of pizza for 50 cents.
Starting at exactly 3:14 p.m on March 14, customers will have three minutes and 14 seconds to text #314 to 200-03—the reward is any pizza for $3.14. Just make sure you live close to the restaurant, as you'll only have an hour to redeem the deal. The brand's social media followers will also have a chance to win $314 in free pizza. (More details will be announced day-of.)
BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse
For dine-in customers, mini one-topping pizzas will be $3.14 on Pi Day.
In the past, Blaze Pizza would offer $3.14 “whole pizzas” in-store on March 14. However, out of concern for COVID-19, the restaurant has decided to offer an app deal instead. Users will receive a $3.14 pizza offer on Monday, March 16, which is redeemable through the end of the year.
Grab three sweet potato pies for $3.14 on March 14.
Customers can score a buy-one, get-one deal on Boston Market’s chicken pot pies for Pi Day, which will have Pi symbols baked into the crust. Just bring in the coupon on Boston Market’s website, or show it on your phone.
Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen
Cheddar’s has a “Pi(e)” One, Get One” deal planned for Pi Day—in other words? If you order a homemade chicken pot pie, you can get a second “ready-to-bake” pot pie for free to take home.
If you have a Twitter, head to DiGiorno's account on March 14 between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m and reply to its Pi Day tweet explaining "what makes your favorite pizza." (Make sure to add the hashtags #sweepstakes and #NationalPiDay, too.) Three winners will be selected to receive "14 VIP coupons" for free pizza.
DoorDash and MOD Pizza
Since pi is an infinite number, DoorDash and MOD Pizza have teamed up to offer a free 11-inch pizza with “infinite toppings” when you spend $3.14 on Pi Day. You have the option to pick a classic MOD pie or create your own—there are over 30 toppings to choose from. Just know that the offer is only for delivery, not dine-in or pickup orders, and it’s also a “while supplies last” situation. Only 5,000 free pizzas will be available to claim, so order fast.
Customers will also have the chance to win $314 in DoorDash credit for MOD Pizza—more information will be announced via DoorDash’s Twitter account on March 14.
The California-based chain will offer $3.14 personal pizzas, available in cheese, pepperoni, or vegan pepperoni.
The Fresh Market
The Fresh Market has deals for sweet and savory pies on Pi Day. Customers can get $3.14 off on nine-inch apple and cherry pies from the bakery, as well as $3.14 off on chicken pot pies from the deli.
Buy any large pizza at regular price and you'll get a second one (of equal or lesser value) for $3.14. Use the code "PIDAY2020" to get the deal.
If you purchase a drink at PizzaRev on Pi Day, you can get any classic two-topping pizza for $3.14. (Are you sensing a theme here?)
New users can enjoy $5 off their first in-app order using the code "PIDAYPIE" at checkout. Orders must be at least $15, and the deal is valid starting March 14 through the end of the month.
To score a 10-inch pizza at Your Pie for $3.14 on Pi Day, download the restaurant’s rewards app so you can get the coupon and present it at checkout.
This post will be updated as more information becomes available.