Pizza Pizza is offering $3.14 pizzas March 14 only

Popular Dublin pizza place offer ANY PIZZA for €3.14 this week

We're talking pizza pies and baked pies which both owe their existence to circles!

BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse: Get a mini one-topping pizza for $3.14 Thursday.

Whole Foods is selling pies Thursday that are $3.14 off their regular price. (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. Valid at participating CPK locations (does not include airport, stadium, certain hotel locations and global locations).

You don't have to be a math whiz to know that Pi Day is nearly here. You can download the Blaze Pizza app before March 14 and get a pizza for $3.14.

Craving Key Lime Pie? It's a day with deals on pizza, pastry and pot pies (not to be confused with "Pie Day", which is held in January). The deal will only be available from 11 AM until 3:14 PM, so make sure you head to your local Pizza Pizza location before it's over!

So why not celebrate Pi Day tomorrow with a sweet pizza deal? .

Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen in Fort Smith will offer a free pie to take home and bake for guests who order a Homemade Chicken Pot Pie to go or at the restaurant. Baking instructions will be provided!

Pizza Inn can get a Chocolate Chip Pizzert for $3.14 if you are a new or existing rewards club member.

According to the site, purchase any bread item at Hungry Howie's to get a medium one-topping pizza for $3.14.

All Bakers Square customers can get $2 off whole pies on March 14.

Free pie alert! With the presentation of this coupon (which you can print out and present in-store), Marie Callender's will be handing out free slices of pie with the purchase of an adult entree to celebrate the holiday.

SE) and St. Louis Park (8126 MN-7) eateries are offering $3.14 whole pies. On Thursday, March 14, you'll get a free slice of Michigan ABC Crumb Pie (which includes apples, blueberries, and cherries) with any purchase at this Michigan-based pie shop.



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