Remember math class? Everyone knows what pi is, right?
It’s the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, expressed as the number 3.14. The long version is 3.14159265358979323846264 et cetera to infinity.
What could be simpler than that?
Well, a good bargain would be simpler. Luckily, a slew of national chains will offer deals and discounts for National Pi Day, which is held annually on March 14 (3/14).
Like we always say, there’s nothing like a mathematical constant with a trillion digits to bring out those sweet, sweet deals! You don’t even need to be a math nerd to take part in these.
Pi Day Deals — Pizza Category
Unsurprisingly, pizza joints are really into Pi Day, which falls on Thursday this year.
Blaze Pizza: Get any pizza for $3.14 when you download the Blaze app and order in-restaurant on March 14.
Cicis Pizza: Celebrate National Pi Day with this buy one, get one deal: Purchase an adult buffet meal and drink at regular price and receive the second one for $3.14. You’ll need a coupon for this one.
Hungry Howie’s: Use the promo code PI19 online to get a medium one-topping pizza for $3.14 with the purchase of any bread.
Pieology: This rapidly expanding California-based chain will serve up this deal: buy one artisan thin crust pizza, get one for $3.14.
Pi Day Deals — Non-Pizza Category
Pizza places aren’t the only ones getting in on that Pi Day action.
Bakers Square: Get $2 off double-crust fruit pies baked with the pi symbol on March 13 and March 14. No coupon is necessary, and the deal applies to multiple pie purchases.
Bojangles: Get three sweet potato pies for $3.14.
Cheddar’s: Buy one homemade chicken pot pie and get one made-from-scratch pot pie to bake at home.
Grand Traverse Pie Company: Get a free slice of Michigan ABC Crumb Pie with any purchase at all 15 locations.
Just like pi, the bargains and deals are never-ending here at The Penny Hoarder.
Never-ending? Pi? Get it?
Sorry, we couldn’t resist.
Mike Brassfield ([email protected]) is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder. His only constant is food.
Stephanie Sasseen, staff writer at The Penny Hoarder, contributed to this post.
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