On This Mathematical Day, Blaze Pizza Is Charging $3.14 For An Entire Pie


Who: Blaze Pizza

What: In celebration of Pi Day, you can build your own pizza for $3.14. Typically a customized pizza will run you about $8. Pi Day is based on the first three digits in the mathematical number that begins with 3.14.

Where: All Blaze Pizza locations.

When: Monday, March 14.

Photo: Blaze Pizza Facebook


You Can Now Enjoy Pumpkin Pie Beer Before Thanksgiving, Here’s Where To Find It First


By now, we’re starting to see tons of pumpkin spice sweets, snacks and drinks. However, we don’t see too many pumpkin pie-flavored items. Bottle Logic is unveiling an all-new pumpkin pie beer exclusively for our upcoming Oozefest event.

They’re calling it Pumpkin Pi and it’ll be one of the many drinks served at our cheese-filled festival. The pie-inspired Abby malted ale boasts cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and allspice.

Oozefest happens on Saturday, Oct. 10 and will take place in two different sessions. The first from 1-4PM and the second from 6-9PM. VIP members will be able to get in an hour earlier to each session.

Grab yourself some Pumpkin Pi and watch as we attempt to stack the world’s tallest grilled cheese tower and stuff our faces with grilled cheeses and tomato soup. Tickets can be purchased here. Prices include all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink from our many vendors.



5 National Pizza Deals For Pi Day

March 14th, 3/14/15, will be the only day we can experience a true Pi Day in our lifetimes, assuming the average life expectancy doesn’t double in the next few decades. To celebrate, you can specifically enjoy some pie at 9:26am (and 53 seconds!) or hound down savory and sweet pies alike all day long.

The latter is highly recommended.

Here are the current national pizza deals to appease your gluttony without hurting your wallet:

Blaze Pizza


This in-store promotion lowers the price of all personal pizzas to $3.14.

Domino’s Pizza


For $15.99, you can grab a large one-topping pizza from Domino’s along with eight pieces of boneless chicken that you should obviously put on the pizza. Just make sure you use code “9171” at checkout.

Papa John’s Pizza

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Papa John’s is letting patrons take 25 percent off their regular menu items, provided that they use the clever code “25OFF.”

Papa Murphy’s Pizza


Feel free to use this coupon at a Papa Murphy’s Pizza, our other pizza dad, for a $5 large cheese, pepperoni or sausage pizza.

Pizza Hut

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As a part of their Crust Flavor Challenge and happily coinciding with Pi Day, Pizza Hut is offering a large two-topping pizza at the price of $7.99. You just have to order online and try one of their new crust flavors.

Unfortunately, this deal is only available at select locations.

Please, please eat irresponsibly.


Our National Pie Obsession Explained With Pi

In moments of unrepentant holiday gluttony, science and data can be helpful in justifying and explaining the carnage and destruction of any given food spread. I don’t have to feel bad about having four slices of pumpkin pie if a venn diagram comparing it to Pi cites it as being “real, irrational, transcendental” just like its mathematical cousin.

I’ve never had mincemeat pie, so I can personally vouch for the validity of its zero probability of being eaten. Of course, I’ve also never had the opportunity to eat mincemeat pie, but I don’t think seeing it in the flesh would enhance its appeal. I’m all for sweet and savory but the Brits can keep this one. The cartoon turkey pot pie was whetting my appetite, until the turkey fowled it up with its dirty feet. I’m willing to compromise; now that my Thanksgiving 2012 of back-to-back turkey dinners is past, pepperoni pizza sounds like a nice change. I’m willing to call a turkey truce and honor the only principle that matters:


via Laughing Squid


Pizza “Pi” Cutter

This goes out to all those math nerds out there. The pizza pie cutter has been reinvented. Introducing the pizza “pi” cutter! This cutter will run you about $20. With this kind of pi, I think your genius will be showing! (Via Incredible Things)