12 Deals You Can Only Get on Pi Day
Find out what deals you can score on this day that celebrates the mathematical constant.
Pi Day is almost here! What’s that you ask? Why, it’s the global celebration of the mathematical constant, pi. Because the first three digits of pi are 3, 1 and 4, it is observed on March 14 (aka 3.14). Some people like to celebrate by brushing up on pi facts, while others like to look for deals. Some businesses—especially those that are somehow connected to the “pie” theme, such as pizzerias and bakeries—often run special promotions to mark the occasion.
“As food holidays become increasingly popular every year, more retailers, brands, and restaurants are starting to participate,” says Sara Skirboll, shopping and trends expert at The Real Deal blog. And that includes Pi Day.
While only a limited number of Pi Day deals have been announced already, you’ll likely hear more about it as the day approaches. “While brands have kept quiet so far about their specific offers, based on past year deals we can expect to see great offers from restaurants like Domino’s, Papa John’s, California Pizza Kitchen, and more,” says Skirboll.
Search for Pi Day hashtags and mentions on social media to stay in the loop on the latest deals, and keep checking the Pi Day website. These are the promotions that have already been announced. All deals are valid on March 14 only, unless otherwise indicated.
Buy a large pizza at regular menu price at Papa John’s and get a large one-topping pizza for $3.14.
Guests who bring in a Pi Day coupon from BostonMarket.com (or show it on their phones) can enjoy one free Rotisserie Chicken Pot Pie with the purchase of another Pot Pie and drink at any U.S. location.
Bojangles’ is offering three of its Sweet Potato Pies for $3.14. This dessert is described as “a crisp, oven-baked pastry, with a decadent sweet potato puree filling” baked then “brushed with a delectable cinnamon butter before serving.”
Pilot Flying J
Access an offer for $5 off whole pizzas now until March 15 through the Pilot Flying J app.
MOD Pizza and DoorDash are teaming up to offer a free infinite” topping pizza when you spend $3.14. (Some fees may apply.) Available on March 14 through the DoorDash app and website while supplies last.
Blaze Pizza is offering $3.14 whole pizzas—and all you have to do is download an app. Download the Blaze Pizza app and sign up for before rewards before March 14 and get a pizza for just $3.14. Be sure to claim that $3.14 pizza before April 12, 2021.
Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen is offering a buy one, get one free deal on their Homemade Chicken Pot Pie. On March 14, guests who order a Homemade Chicken Pot Pie in-restaurant or ToGo will get a second pie free-of-charge to take and bake at home, no coupon necessary.
Participating 7-Eleven stores are offering large pizzas for $3.14 each on Pi Day. The deal is available in stores through the 7Rewards loyalty program in the 7‑Eleven app or can be ordered on the 7NOW delivery app for home delivery or order-ahead pickup. The deal is valid on pepperoni pizza, extreme meat pizza, and tripe cheese pizza, and there’s a limit of two per customer.
To really sweeten the deal, 7-Eleven will donate a meal to Feeding America for every large pizza purchased on Pi Day.
Pieology is putting out a deal for its Pie Life Rewards members for Pi Day. Pi Life rewards members can get $3.14 off a purchase of $10 or more in-store on March 14th. If you’re not a member yet, you can sign up now through March 14th to get your offer in the app.
Get 31.4 percent off orders over $20 on March 14 with code “PIDAY” at Papa Murphy’s online only.
Patxi’s Pizza is offering something special for Pi Day. On March 14th, you can get a 7-inch personal cheese pizza for $3.14 when you buy another pizza at retail price. Use the code PIDAY314.
Grand Traverse Pie Company
Get a free slice of Michigan ABC Crumb Pie with any purchase at the Grand Traverse Pie Company at any of their 15 locations.
There are different ways to celebrate Pi Day out there, but if you want to celebrate with a slice of regular pie or a big pizza pie, these are the places to get a good deal. For such an irrational number, pi sure inspires some rational deals!
- Sara Skirboll, shopping and trends expert for The Real Deal blog