To celebrate Pi(e) Day, here's every deal happening in Orlando today


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Today, March 14, is the annual math-inspired Pi Day, and since you can't really enjoy math like you can an actual pie, here's every sweet and savory deal in Orlando that revolves around the number 3.14. 

Se7en Bites: Seven new pies will be available today, including Salted Caramel Dark Chocolate Pecan, Apple Honey Lavender , Strawberry Ice Box Pie Lemon Meringue, Crack Pie, Coconut Cream & A Savory Beet & Herbed Cream Cheese Galette.

Blaze Pizza: Build your own pie for $3.14 (not the Disney Springs location).

Papa Murphy’s: Get a large, thin one-topping pizza for $3.14 for online orders at participating locations.

Your Pie: Get a pizza for $3.14.

Cici's: Buy an adult buffet at regular price and get a second buffet for $3.14.

Village Inn: Today and tomorrow, take $2 off any whole pie. Plus, with any dine-in purchase from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., you can score a free slice of classic fruit pie, Mint Brownie Blast or Coconut Cream pie. 

Bojangles’: Today you can score three Sweet Potato Pies for just $3.14.

Whole Foods Market: Today only, take $3.14 off large bakery pies while supplies last.

BJ’s Brewhouse & Restaurant: Mini one-topping pizzas are just $3.14.

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