Pizza Pizza is offering $3.14 pizzas March 14 only

Andrew Cummings
March 14, 2019

It's a day with deals on pizza, pastry and pot pies (not to be confused with "Pie Day", which is held in January).

On March 14, people across the globe will be celebrating Pi Day, including Blaze Pizza.

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

Biggby Coffee: The Apple Pie latte is returning and will be $3.14.

Boston Market: Purchase one pot pie and a drink, and get one pot pie for free.

With 7NOW, the convenience store chain's delivery service, get up to two whole pizzas for $3.14 each.

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

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

Whole Foods is offering $3.14 off a whole large bakery pie, while supplies last. It is also involved in calculating the area of a circle, the volume of a sphere, and many other mathematical formulas you might need in the sciences. The combo includes a breakfast slider, hash brown and coffee.

SE) and St. Louis Park (8126 MN-7) eateries are offering $3.14 whole pies.

Single-topping 8-inch pizzas are priced at just $3.14 on Pi Day at Rotolo's Pizzeria locations (you'll find dozens between northern Florida and Texas), for dine-in orders only. The promotion runs both March 13 and March 14. The grand prize victor will receive that perk and two other winners will get gift cards and merchandise.

The spot says all pizzas will be $3.14 on Thursday. Specifically, CPK is offering slices of key lime pie at the special price of $3.14, on March 14 only.

The new west-side Cheddar's doesn't open until Monday so it will miss the Pi Day deal this year.

Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen: Order one of the restaurant's made-fresh-daily Homemade Chicken Pot Pie and get a second pie free of charge to take and bake at home. You can pick from pumpkin, apple, or Dutch apple flavors.

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