Celebrate National Pi Day 2019 with these deals

Popular Dublin pizza place offer ANY PIZZA for €3.14 this week

Popular Dublin pizza place offer ANY PIZZA for €3.14 this week

California Pizza Kitchen: Get a slice of key lime pie for $3.14 Thursday.

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.

Anywhere - Pi Day virtual 5K, which you can run anytime in March.

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. Plus, get two medium one-topping pizzas for $12. Popular Canadian chain Pizza Pizza is offering super cheap deals at restaurants across Canada tomorrow on March 14.

7-Eleven: With the 7Rewards app, get one slice of pizza for 50 cents.

Whole Foods throughout Bay Area: Large pies will be selling for $3.14 less.




You'll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. In honor of the now nationally-recognized day (most celebrated in math classrooms across the country), restaurants and businesses have started offering discounts on their pie products.

It's a day with deals on pizza, pastry and pot pies (not to be confused with "Pie Day", which is held in January). So, you can celebrate Einstein's birthday and a crazy-long decimal with your favorite type of pizza or pie. The 2019 Pi Day deal is available for in-store orders only, while supplies last. Stores also will offer games, bounce-back deals, prizes and giveaways throughout the day.

Kroger: Select pies are $3.14 for Pi Day including apple, cherry, peach and pumpkin pies.

If you buy one chicken pot pie and a drink at Boston Market, you'll get another pot pie free-score.

BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse: Celebrate with mini one-topping pizzas for $3.14, valid only for dine-in on Thursday.

For those who don't like pie very much, it also happens to be National Potato Chip Day.

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