Get $3.14 pizza at Pagliacci for Pi Day

Get $3.14 pizza at Pagliacci for Pi Day

Pi Day is celebrated every March 14 (yes, on 3-14), to celebrate both the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter and the birthday of Albert Einstein. While some of the biggest pizza chains, like Domino's and Pizza Hut, aren't hosting Pi Day 2019 deals per se, they always have tons of discounts available.

While we love the spirit around turning Pi Day into a celebration of pie (and we definitely love pies), there is still reason to celebrate the other kind of Pi!

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

Local pizzerias are gearing up to celebrate Pi Day on March 14th.

BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse: Mini one-topping pizzas are available for $3.14 on Thursday. It's a one-time deal for dine-in and takeout, according to Food and Wine.

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Blaze Pizza will be offering walk in customers with their app the chance to build your own 11′ inch pizza for only $3.14. Promotion for single slices only; one slice per customer. You will need to this coupon cod, 19PI, in order to redeem it. Or buy a whole pie in-store and get 314 7Rewards bonus points. Members of the 7-Eleven 7Rewards loyalty program can also get a slice of pizza for $.50 on Thursday, March 14.

Whole Foods: Whole Foods will offer $3.14 off large bakery pies all day Wednesday. This works out well because pizza is the one mathematical constant in our lives. Download the Blaze Pizza app today for a $3.14 pizza reward! Cheesecake and carrot cake are excluded from the deal, which is valid for in-restaurant orders only.

White Castle: With a coupon, get a Breakfast Slider combo for $3.14.

Boston Market: When you buy a chicken pot pie and a drink, you'll get a second pot pie free.

Classrooms and offices around the world celebrate the day with pizza pies, fruit pies, savory pies, cookies pies and more.

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