Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th around the world. The Greek letter Pi (symbol “π”) represents a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159.
Celebrate the pi with a well-rounded deal. And make sure you “circle” back to this post – we’ll add deals as we find them:
Applebee’s: The $2 March Drink of the Month is Rainbow Punch. It’s a green cocktails to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, made with Absolut® vodka, green apple, lemon, ginger, and garnished with a candy rainbow.
Baskin Robbins: Get $1.70 ice cream scoops at participating locations on March 31.
Blaze Pizza: Get artisanal pizzas for $3.14 each at participating Blaze Pizza locations on March 14. Download the Blaze Pizza app to receive $3.14 off the price of a pizza, good for your next visit.
Bojangle’s: They aren’t round, but a pie is still sweet on Pi Day. On Thursday, March 14, get three of our rectangular Sweet Potato Pies for $3.14.
California Institute of Technology: No free pizza, but you can fill up with pi-related math problems during NASA’s Pi in the Sky Challenge. Problems are real problems that JPL scientists and engineers solve using pi. Problems will be posted online in early March.
Dunkin Donuts: For one day only, Wednesday, March 6, seven lucky Dunkin’ restaurants across the country will be rebranded as “O’Dunkin’,” with new exterior signage. At each special O’Dunkin’, the first 250 customers will be offered a free small Hot or Iced Irish Creme flavored Coffee or Latte, while supplies last. Follow @Dunkin on Instagram for clues on where the lucky O’Dunkin’ restaurants will be.
Hungry Howie’s: Get a medium 1-topping pizza for $1 with the purchase of a large 1-topping pizza at regular price. Order online and add the coupon code Medium1.
Kellogg’s NYC: Grab a grrrreat Tony the Tiger T-shirt on National Cereal Day, March 7.
Metro Diner: Kids under the age of 12 get to munch free pancakes on National Pancake Day, March 12.
National Museum of Mathematics: : MoMath is celebrating the day by offering free admission Free Play! from 4 pm to 6 pm, March 14. From now through March 31, enjoy a the What’s So Funny About Math? exhibit free with a purchased museum admission.
Pieology: This pizza restaurant will celebrate the day with “Buy One Artisan Thin Pizza, Receive One Artisan Thin Pizza for $3.14” special at all locations nationwide. If you are a Pie Life member, you will receive a $2 Off Bounceback Reward, valid for use on your next visit. And have a little fun: go to your Pieology and pull the cheese. Document your efforts, upload to Instagram using the hashtag #perfectpieologypull. The public votes on their favorite top 5 entries and the best “pull” receives a $50 Pieology gift card.
Pi Pizzeria:Watch for last-minute special deals at this namesake pizza restaurant. In 2018, Pi Pizzeria offered $3.14 specials, and let Pi Day babies eat free.
Pizza Hut: Pizza Hut will release three math problems on its Hut Life blog: be the first person to solve and submit the correct answer for a chance to receive 3.14 years of free Pizza Hut pizza. All three problems will be released at 8 a.m. ET, March 14.
Price Chopper : A pie for Pi – get a fruit pie for $3.14. While supplies last.
Stop & Shop : Pick up an 8-inch pumpkin, apple, or Dutch apple pie for $3.14 on March 14th at all participating Stop & Shop locations.
ThinkGeek: Find your inner nerd with these fun Pi Day items.
Villa Italian Kitchen: Get a full-size Neapolitan Cheese Pizza for $3.14 at more than 200 participating Villa Italian Kitchen locations nationwide. Go to VillaItalianKitchen.com/PiDay to download a coupon for one Neapolitan Cheese pizza for $3.14, valid only on Thursday, March 14.
Your Pie: On Pi Day, all customers will receive a $3.14-off discount on dine-in Your Pie orders. Pick up a Pi(e) Day sticker through the March 14 holiday, and post a picture with the #YourPieDay hashtag to win free Your Pie swag.