Pi Day 2020: Where To Get The Best Deals On Pizza And Pie

Nerds and circular food enthusiasts rejoice — this Saturday is your day! Every March 14th something amazing happens: the foodies and the math geeks come together to celebrate the date reflecting "pi," which is approximated at 3.14. Pizza and pie restaurants have followed suit, offering freebies and discounts in celebration of the day. Unfortunately, some companies embracing Pi Day had to cancel their celebration due to the coronavirus, so be sure to call ahead before you steal some sweet math-themed deals.

Without further delay, here is your Pi Day freebie and deal manual.

Papa John's is offering customers a single-topping pizza for just $3.14 alongside the purchase of a large pizza at regular price. It seems like it's time to invite some hungry friends over (via Bustle).

Papa Murphy's is giving hungry customers 31.4 percent off online orders of $20 or more using the code PIDAY.

&pizza went with a very detailed approach for their giveaways. At 3:14 p.m on Saturday the company is giving Pi Day participants three minutes and 14 seconds to text #314 to 200-03 for a coupon for a $3.14 pizza. Once verified, they will receive a promo code for the discounted pie that must be used within one hour of receiving it (via USA Today).

Celebrate Pi Day with cheap pie

Cicis is practically giving away pizza. When you buy one adult buffet and a large drink Saturday, you'll receive a second adult buffet for $3.14 with this coupon.

BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse is offering a mini single-topping pizza for the mini-sized price of $3.14.

Lou Malnati's Pizza thought outside the traditional pizza/pie box — circle? — and will be offering their Chocolate Chip Cookie Pizza for $3.14 (via Pi Day).

1000 Degrees is participating in a huge way by charging only $3.14 for any 10-inch pizza via the 1000 Degrees Rewards App.

Your Pie is jumping on the bandwagon with 10-inch pizzas for — you guessed it — $3.14. To redeem the deal, hungry pi(e) fans need to jump on their app and present the deal at checkout.

Pieology is celebrating today with a buy one Artisan Thin Pizza, get a second for $3.14. But Pieology didn't stop there. Pie Life Rewards members can enter to win free pizza for a year if they download the Pie Life Rewards app on Pi Day. Every day can be Pi Day for one lucky pizza fanatic.

More savory deals for Pi Day

ModPizza is partnering up with Doordash for a savory deal. The first 5,000 people to spend a minimum of $3.14 via Doordash and use the code MODPIDAY at checkout will get a free pizza. We all better set an alarm so we don't miss out (via Business Insider).

Sauce Pizza and Wine will offer 12-inch cheese pizzas for just $3.14. Getting ultra affordable pizza through this restaurant is ultra simple, guests just need to say "Pi Day" when ordering.

Pilot Flying J is really stepping up by offering $5 off whole pizzas today and tomorrow, when you use the Pilot Flying J app (via Parade).

7-Eleven is offering 7Rewards members a whole pizza for $3.14 and slices for just 50 cents. You can also order a whole pizza for delivery for $3.14 on Pi Day so you can get in on the fun without even leaving your house.

Postmates and California Pizza Kitchen are offering a deal all weekend. If you spend $30 on a CPK order through Postmates, you'll get $10 off when you use the code CPKDAY.

Hungry Howie's is taking a three-day weekend route with their deals. They are selling a medium one-topping pizza for $3.14 (of course) with any bread purchase from March 13 to March 15.

Get your pi(e) on for Pi Day 2020

Marco's Pizza is offering a pizza BOGO for $3.14 with code PIDAY2020.

Patxi's Pizza is also doing a BOGO deal for customers who dine in. Any purchase of a 14-inch pizza makes customers eligible for a 10-inch specialty thin crust pizza for $3.14.

Whole Foods is joining in on the Pi Day fun with a more traditional take. They are offering $3.14 off all whole pies, plus an extra 10 percent off for Amazon Prime members.

Sprouts stores are discounting apple and pumpkin pies to just $3.14 this Saturday.

Boston Market is getting fully into the celebratory spirit by offering a BOGO deal on their chicken pot pies. All they ask is that you bring in a coupon from their website.

Marie Callender's is giving customers a free slice of pie if they order an entree and present a coupon (via Deseret News).