Published: Sat, March 16, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

Celebrate Pi Day With Math (Not Pie)

Celebrate Pi Day With Math (Not Pie)

It's the annual celebration of the first three digits of the mathematical constant pi, 3.14. We're talking pizza pies and baked pies which both owe their existence to circles!

Boston Market is offering a buy one, get one deal on chicken pot pies.

Kroger: Kroger offers fruit-based, sweet potato, pumpkin and no-sugar-added pies for $3.14, which is over 30 percent off their regular retail price.

The Ontario-based chain will be offering customers cheap $3.14 small cheese or pepperoni pizzas from 11 am to 3:14 pm at participating locations across the country.

Today is Pi Day, marking the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, or 3.14.

Here are all the best Pi Day food deals to get you fed and thinking about math.

Pieology Pizza: Buy one artisan thin crust pizza, get another for $3.14.

Uber Eats is providing a promo code PIDAY19 to receive $3.14 off all &pizza deliveries from 3/13 - 3/17 and 1-800-Flowers.com is offering 20% off orders made on Pi Day using the promo code PI20.

Pizza Pizza Offering Super Cheap Deals At Restaurants Across Canada Tomorrow

Your Pie is selling 10-inch pizzas for $3.14 on Thursday, March 14.

Pizza Inn - New and existing rewards club members can buy a Chocolate Chip Pizzert for $3.14.

Hungry Howie's: Receive a one-topping pizza for just $3.14 with the purchase of any bread item and use of the code 19PI to save on March 14. One per order and in-restaurant only.

California Pizza Kitchen: Get a slice of Key Lime Pie for $3.14.

All slices on March 14 will be on sale for $3.14 and are first-come, first-served.

Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen - Order a homemade chicken pot pie and get another to take home (and bake yourself) for free.

Pi Day is upon us and with it comes several discounts at local pizza outlets.

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