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Pi Day 2019: The best pizza and pie deals

Still hate math? You won't after scoring these freebies and discounts on some of the best foods humans ever invented.

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Welcome to Fun with Calendaring. May 4 is now widely known as May the Fourth, a lispy play on "May the Force be with you." March 10 recently evolved into the Nintendo-centric Mario Day, because "Mar10."

And let's not forget the best day in the whole wide world: March 14, otherwise known as Pi Day (because of the eponymous mathematical formula that begins with 3.14). What's so great about that? All you have to do is say it out loud and it becomes "Pie Day."

Hence an abundance of deals and promotions centered around pizzas and baked goods. Below I've rounded up some of my favorites, though this list is by no means complete. There may be local stores and restaurants offering discounts and giveaways as well, so check in with your local pizza joints, bakeries and the like.

Don't want to venture out? Delivery service Postmates is offering free delivery on your next order between now and March 17. Visit the Pi Week collection in the app and use code piweek at checkout.

Pi Day pizza deals

Blaze Pizza: Any regular pizza for $3.14

Blaze Pizza

On Pi Day, the chain is offering any regular-size pizza for $3.14. You'll need to download the Blaze Pizza app, create an account and access the deal in the Rewards section.

See at Blaze Pizza

BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse: $3.14 mini one-topping pizza

BJ's Restaurant

This upscale restaurant does deep-dish and flatbread-style pizzas. To get the $3.14 deal, you'll need to dine in on March 14.

See at BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse

Hungry Howie's: $3.14 medium pizza with the purchase of Howie Bread

Available now through Thursday, you can get a one-topping medium pizza for $3.14 when you purchase a Howie Bread and apply promo code 19PI.

See at Hungry Howie's

Pie Five Pizza: Any personal signature pizza for $3.14

Pie Five Pizza

This is no mere one-topping deal; Pie Five is offering any of its specialty pizzas (BBQ chicken, Greek, etc.) for $3.14. However, if you want extras like cauliflower crust or vegan cheese, those will cost you extra.

See at Pie Five Pizza

Slice app: Save $7 on your first order

Tired of pizza chains? Slice connects you with all your local, independent pie joints. If you're a newcomer to the app, you can get $7 off your first order (minimum $15.50) with promo code LOCALPI7.

See at Slice

Your Pie: $3.14 pizzas

Your Pie

On Pi Day, the chain will offer $3.14 pizzas, along with various in-store games and giveaways.

See at Your Pie

Other Pi Day deals

Boston Market: Buy one pot-pie and a drink, get a second pot-pie free

Also known as a "BOGO," this deal requires a coupon, which you can find here. It's good only on Pi Day.

See at Boston Market

Kroger: Select pies for $3.14

If there's a Kroger grocery store near you, stop in on March 14, when various bakery pies will be priced at $3.14 each.

See at Kroger

Plated: Free dessert for a year

Ending today, meal-delivery service Plated is offering new customers free dessert -- pie or otherwise -- for a year with promo code PiDay. Obviously that means you'll also need a Plated subscription. This promotion is letting you add a dessert to each delivery.

See at Plated

White Castle: Breakfast Slider Combo for $3.14

Nope, this has nothing to do with pie. But it's a combo that normally costs over $6, so we'll take it. On Pi Day, use this coupon to get two breakfast sliders, a hash brown and a small coffee for $3.14.

See at White Castle

Whole Foods: Save $3.14 on large bakery pies

Stop in at your local Whole Foods to get $3.14 off select pies. The varieties will vary by region.

See at Whole Foods

Have you found any other Pi Day deals worth mentioning? Mention them in the comments!

Originally published on March 13, 2019.
Update, March 14: Added new promotions.


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