March 14th, aka Pi Day, has evolved into one of the tastiest days of the year. Sure, the date itself plays a part into it, but it's more so the fact that food brands are willing to get their geek on to help save us a few bucks.
Nowadays, celebrators of the math holiday will find several deals to make it easier to get their grub on. Whether it be free slices of pie or whole pizzas on offer, the Pi Day deals happening in 2019 are showing just how much folks are buying into the concept.
Here's a look at some of the dopest Pi Day offers chains and restaurants are dropping this year.
Photo courtesy of Blaze Pizza
The build-your-own pizza chain is going to offer up whole pies for just $3.14 apiece, which translates to over a 50% discount on virtually any pizza on the menu. You do have to be using the Blaze Pizza app to redeem the deal, but you've got until March 14th to get it downloaded and score the coupon.
Photo courtesy of Marie Callendar's
Any slice of Marie Callendar's 20-plus pie varieties will be given out for free on Pi Day. To redeem, simply download a coupon off of their website and redeem it at the restaurant.
Photo courtesy of Boston Market
Boston Market is offering up a buy one, get one free (BOGO) deal on their Chicken Pot Pies. It does require a coupon off of Boston Market's website to redeem, but you can show it on your phone as well.
Domino's has a coupon in partnership with RetailMeNot that gets you a BOGO pizza deal through March 18th. This link accesses the coupon and applies it to your Domino's order before you even start, but it does require a unique code at checkout that'll be copied to your clipboard.
Photo courtesy of Bertucci's
Buying one large pizza at East Coast Italian chain Bertucci's gets you a discounted second large cheese or Bertucci (pepperoni) pizza for $3.14.
Kroger stores around the country will have whole pies on sale for $3.14 each. The Kroger family of stores includes Ralph's, Harris Teeter, Kroger, Food 4 Less, and several other grocers.
The Pizza Press
Southern California pizza chain The Pizza Press has a few various deals happening, based on location. Some stores will have BOGO pizzas, while others will be selling them for $3.14 each. The best way to know which location near you has which deals going on is to check their Instagram and Twitter feeds.
Christina Tosi's beloved dessert shop chain will be giving out slices of Crack Pie a la Mode for a discounted $10 on Pi Day. The only exception to this is the Vegas location, where the cost will be $12.
California Pizza Kitchen
On March 14th, you can get a slice of Key Lime Pie from participating CPK locations for $3.14 per piece. These will be available in limited quantities.
Pieology's Pi Day deal is a buy one pizza, get one for $3.14 deal. This, however, only applies to their Artisan Thin Pizzas lineup, and isn't applicable to the other crusts or styles they offer.
Photo courtesy of 7-Eleven
7-Eleven is capitalizing on Pi Day to promote their 7Now app, which can be used to get up to 2 whole pizzas for $3.14 each via delivery. There's also 50-cent slices available in stores, requiring the app to get the necessary coupon to redeem.
On Pi Day, you can go to any Bojangles location and nab a trio of their Sweet Potato Hand Pies for $3.14 in total. They're also giving out $10 gift cards for answering trivia questions on Twitter, like the one above.
Photo courtesy of BJ's
On Pi Day, you can score a Mini Deep Dish pizza, made with a single topping of your choice, for $3.14 at BJ's locations nationwide. You can only utilize this deal when dining in.
This UberEats deal can be applied to basically any restaurant serving pizza, as those restaurants will get a $3.14 delivery fee reduction with the code PIDAY19. The promo is good through March 17th, and I wouldn't be surprised to see other delivery apps popping up with last-minute discount codes as well.