It's National Pi Day!

It's National Pi Day!

It's National 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. The only question is: dessert pie, pot pie or pizza pie?

Are there any Pi Day events in Santa Barbara scheduled Thursday (3.14)?

Here are some of the Pi Day deals Wichita can take advantage of on Thursday.

Whole Foods throughout Bay Area: Large pies will be selling for $3.14 less.

By the way, Albert Einstein was born on March 14. So, you can celebrate Einstein's birthday and a crazy-long decimal with your favorite type of pizza or pie. Pie Not will be doing a Pi Day raffle giveway of gift cards, tumblers, t-shirts and retail coffee. To get the deal, place an order online on Thursday, March 14, and use the promotional code PIDAY.

Get one mini-pizza with one topping for $3.14.

7-Eleven - Order a whole pizza via 7-Eleven's 7NOW for $3.14.

Download the Blaze Pizza app and redeem the offer in-restaurant on Thursday. In store, a 7Rewards member can get a slice of pizza for 50 cents.

Cheddar's is running a "pie one, get one" deal for Pi Day-in other words? Download the Blaze Pizza app today for a $3.14 pizza reward!

Lucky for Canadians, one of those spots is Pizza Pizza. In-store only, while supplies last. Cheesecake and carrot cake are excluded from the deal, which is valid for in-restaurant orders only. Meanwhile, you can use the code 317445 to get $3 off any large pizza, according to USA Today. Just bring a coupon with you and enjoy.

And, if you're not in the mood for pizza, it's also National Potato Chip Day. Specifically, CPK is offering slices of key lime pie at the special price of $3.14, on March 14 only. While academic websites encourage hosting competitions to see who can recite the most digits that make up pi (because it keeps on going), we here at The Fresno Bee's food & drink section are choosing to focus on actual pie.

Go to your nearest Marie Callender's chain to get a free slice of pie.

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