Celebrate 3.14159 with apple and key lime and chocolate cream (and maybe a pizza, too).

By Nina Friend
Updated March 14, 2018
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In case you didn't already know, March 14, or 3/14, is known as Pi Day. That's because the first three (and the most significant) numbers in the mathematical constant pi are 3.14.

If you, like us, start thinking about a beautiful, buttery crust at the mention of the word pi, you're in good company. To celebrate Pi Day, a bunch of national and regional restaurant chains are offering their own spins on pie specials. Some places, like Whole Foods, will let you take $3.14 off any large bakery pie. Other establishments, like Boston Market, are giving away pie for free.

Here’s a list of the pie deals you can snag for one day only:

Whole Foods

It’s a good day to go grocery shopping, since Whole Foods is offering discounts of $3.14 on any large bakery pie, in any flavor.

Boston Market


Through March 18, buy one Domino’s pizza and get a second (of equal or lesser value) free.

Magnolia Bakery

This home-style bakery with locations in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, as well as abroad in places like Korea, Mexico, and Saudi Arabia, is offering two celebratory pie deals: caramel apple hand pies for $4 each and a 9-inch apple crumb pies for $32.


At this Southeastern regional fried chicken chain, you can score three sweet potato pies for $3.14.

Blaze Pizza

At all of Blaze’s 240 plus locations, enjoy the savory type of pie with $3.14 pizzas. The deal is limited to one per customer and in-restaurant only.


It’s a pizza buffet party at the Cicis, where, with this coupon, you can purchase one adult buffet meal at regular price and get the second for – you guessed it – $3.14.

Up for baking your own pie? Find some inspiration with these recipes. And if you’re over pie and just want to kick back with a glass of something alcoholic, check out this math-inspired wine.