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by Arthur Smithee 2 years ago

Best Pi Day Deals of 2016

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Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th every year in honor of the numerical constant π (3.14159...). This quirky holiday is one of our favorites as it is an awesome day for discounts and freebies. Check out our list below of this years best Pi Day deals.

Food Deals

Blaze Pizza - $3.14 pizzas all day at locations nationwide.

Papa Johns - 25% off menu priced items with code "25OFF" or $9.99 for a 5 topping large pizza with code "p2l999".

Dominos - 2 medium 2 topping pizzas for $5.99 each with code "9193".

BJs Restaurant - Free PiZookie desert with food purchases of $9.95.

Whole Foods - $3.14 off sweet pies and $2 off take and bake pizzas.

Home, Apparel, Electronics and More

Amazon - Get a Raspberry Pi on Amazon for up to 25% off. To further your savings, sign up for Amazon Prime Now and use code "10PRIMENOW" for $10 off your first order.

Macy's - Get 25% off online orders with code "VIP" 3/9/14 - 3/14/16.

GAP - 40% off online orders with code "GAPFAM" 3/9 - 3/14.

ThinkGeek - Free Pi Day T-Shirt with code "YIPPEEPIYAY" and up to 30% off site-wide with code "ACTFAST" 3/9 - 3/15.

Kitchenworks - Get 15% off Pie related items with code "PIDAY314".

Freebies

San Francisco, CA - Free day pass to The Exploratorium Museum on 3/14/16.

New York City, NY - All events at The National Museum Of Mathematics are free with museum admission 3/13/16.

Pizza Hut (Nationwide) - Partnering with John Conway, Pizza Hut is challenging customers to solve any of 3 math problems, awarding 3.14 years of free pizza to the persons with the correct answer.

Arthur Smithee

Arthur Smithee is a journalist and savings expert with over 10 years experience in the online coupon industry.

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