Today is a great day if you love math. Or pie. Or pizza.
Thursday is March 14 a.k.a. Pi Day in honor 3.14, the measurement calculating the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter.
It’s also Albert Einstein’s birthday.
To celebrate, here are some deals available at participating locations.
Be sure to check with a location near you to verify they’re participating in the promotion.
7-Eleven: With the 7Rewards app, get one slice of pizza for 50 cents. Or buy a whole pie in-store and get 314 7Rewards bonus points. With 7NOW, the convenience store chain’s delivery service, get up to two whole pizzas for $3.14 each.
Blaze Pizza: The chain’s smartphone app is needed to get the $3.14 Pi Day deal Thursday on custom pizzas. One per order and in-restaurant only.
Domino’s: Not specific for Pi Day but through April 28, Domino’s is giving Piece of the Pie Rewards members an easy way to earn points that can redeemed for a free Domino’s pizza – no matter what brand’s pizza they buy. The latest version of Domino’s mobile app is needed to “to scan a pizza or an eligible image of a pizza.” Learn more at www.pointsforpies.com.
Pie Five Pizza: Get any 11-inch Signature Pizza for $3.14 Thursday. Limit one pizza per person and in-store only. No topping modifications allowed and there will be an additional charge for cauliflower crust, gluten-free crust and vegan cheese.
Pieology: Buy one Artisan Thin Pizza, get a second for $3.14 Thursday. Plus, Pie Life Rewards members making a purchase on Pi Day will get $2 off their next order. The chain also is holding the “Perfect Pieology Pull” cheese-pull contest. “Customers simply visit the nearest Pieology, roll up their sleeves, start pulling, and documenting their best efforts,” the company said in a statement. “After submitting their photo or video posts on Instagram using the hashtag, #perfectpieologypull, the public will vote on the top five entries and the best ‘pull’ will be named champion and receive a $50 Pieology gift card.” Enter by midnight Thursday.
Boston Market: With a Pi Day coupon Thursday, get a free Rotisserie Chicken Pot Pie with the purchase of another pot pie and drink at any one of the more than 450 U.S. locations. The coupon is available at www.bostonmarket.com.
California Pizza Kitchen: Get a slice of Key Lime Pie for $3.14 Thursday.
California Tortilla: The fast-casual Mexican chain is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day Thursday. Get a free order of chips and queso with any purchase when you say “Pot o’ Gold” when placing your order. In-store only and cannot be combined with any other offer.
Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen: Order the restaurant’s Homemade Chicken Pot Pie for dining in or to-go Thursday and get a free second pie to bake at home. No coupon needed, and Cheddar’s says it will provide the baking instructions. Learn more at www.cheddars.com/pieday.
Fresh Market: Get $3.14 off Old Fashioned Apple and Cherry Pies along with Chicken Pot Pies from the deli Thursday.
Kroger: Select pies are $3.14 for Pi Day including apple, cherry, peach and pumpkin pies.
Marie Callender’s: Get a free slice of pie Thursday with purchase of a full-price adult menu and a coupon posted at www.mariecallenders.com/coupon-piday. Not valid with other promotions including Kids Eat Free, happy hour menu, lunch combos and daily dish specials.
Schlotzsky’s: The fast-casual chain is celebrating National Potato Chip Day Thursday. Get a free bag of potato chips with entrée purchase.
Starbucks: The coffee giant has one of its Happy Hour events on Pi Day. Starting at 3 p.m. Thursday, buy any grande or larger handcrafted espresso beverage or Frappuccino blended drink and get one free. This deal has been loaded on Starbucks Rewards members accounts. Non-members can sign up for the offer by creating an account at Starbucks.com. You can either add a Starbucks gift card to the account or choose an instant digital card when setting up the account.
Whole Foods Market: Large bakery pies are $3.14 off the regular price Thursday. Varieties vary by region.
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