Pi Day 2019: All the Food Deals We've Found So Far

Pi Day 2019: All the Food Deals We've Found So Far

Pi Day 2019: All the Food Deals We've Found So Far

Many pizza restaurants around the country will also be offering deals to celebrate Pi Day.

Pi Day is observed on March 14 since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π. To find your local pizza restaurant, you can visit their website and use the store locator tool.

Boston Market: Buy one pot pie and a drink and get a second pot pie for free for Pi Day.

Villa Italian Kitchen is offering one Neapolitan Cheese pizza at the special price of $3.14 with coupon.

Note: Pi Day is NOT the same day as Pie Day, which was held earlier this year.

Spear's Restaurant and Pie Shop, 4323 W. Maple: This restaurant is offering a free slice of pie with any purchase on Pi Day.

Tree of Life is a locally owned restaurant that recently moved to its new location at 6640 N. Blackstone Ave., near Herndon Avenue.

Whole Foods is offering $3.14 off a whole large bakery pie, while supplies last. The healthy grocery store notes that its pies are free of hydrogenated fats, high-fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners. Here are the best Pi Day 2019 freebies and discounts on pizza and pie in the U.S. Just bring a coupon with you and enjoy.

With a purchase of any bread, you can get a one-topping medium pie for $3.14. Flavors include chocolate silk, chocolate peanut butter, key lime, grasshopper, and veggie pot pie with Herbivorous Butcher "chicken". Blaze has one location each in Fresno (its brand new one in River Park), Clovis, Visalia and Tulare. (High-rise crust is still extra.) Despite the requirement to download the app, you still have to order in person to get the special price. Print out the coupon online to take advantage of the deal.

Earn $5 off any Mountain-sized pizza with the code 079984. The pizzeria has four locations in Fresno and Clovis.

On Thursday, March 14, BJ's dine-in guests can order a mini one-topping pizza for only $3.14.

The spot says all pizzas will be $3.14 on Thursday.

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