Pi Day 2019 deals in Hampton Roads
- Author: Anthony Vega Mar 15, 2019,
Mar 15, 2019, 0:28
Every Pi Day, my brother-in-law, a PhD math/physics guru, posts an endearingly nerdy treatise about pi on Facebook. You're in luck-California Pizza Kitchen will offer slices of its Key Lime Pie for (spoiler alert:) $3.14 (pre-tax) on Thursday.
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.
Boston Market: With a Pi Day coupon Thursday, get a free Rotisserie Chicken Pot Pie with the purchase of another pot pie and drink at any one of the more than 450 US locations.
7-Eleven: With the 7Rewards app, get one slice of pizza for 50 cents. On their Twitter page, they are also asking followers some Pi Day trivia - guessing the right answer earns you the chance to win a $10 gift card to Bojangles.
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 also buy an entire pizza pie and earn 314 points for the app, according to USA Today.
Several local restaurants are offering deals to celebrate "pi", which in math "circles" is the circumference of any circle divided by its diameter, also known as 3.14159265359.
Pizza Inn can get a Chocolate Chip Pizzert for $3.14 if you are a new or existing rewards club member. Popular Canadian chain Pizza Pizza is offering super cheap deals at restaurants across Canada tomorrow on March 14.
Cici's - For those dining in, who bring a coupon available online, you can get an adult buffet for $3.14 with the purchase of an adult buffet and large drink.
Hungry Howies: Use code 19Pi for a $3.14 medium one-topping pie with the purchase of a large Howie Bread.
Villa Italian Kitchen is offering one Neapolitan Cheese pizza at the special price of $3.14 with coupon. The 2019 Pi Day deal is available for in-store orders only, while supplies last. It's a big deal in education circles and even ancient Egyptians realized it was something special.
The Sweet Potato Pies are a favorite at this Charlotte-founded chain.