Pizza Hut Is Giving Away Free Pizza This Week

Happy Pi Day!

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Zackary Angeline/Dotdash Meredith

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Remember when we all were sitting in math class wondering, “when, exactly, are we ever going to use pi?” Well, it turns out that 3.14 was more important than we all realized. Because March 14 has become a pretty big food holiday—and food holidays equal lots of free food.

So, if you already planned your dinners for this week, you might want to rethink them because you won’t want to miss Pizza Hut’s deal. In honor of Pi Day, Pizza Hut is offering customers BOGO pizzas from March 12 through 14.

Pizza Hut Pi Day Deal

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Pizza Hut

For three days, when you order a regularly-priced large pizza, you can get a second large one-topping pizza for free. The deal is valid when you order online, where you can automatically apply it via the banner at the top of the homepage or manually apply it at checkout using the code “FREEPIZZA.”

Your first large pizza can be topped with whatever you like—but your free pizza can only have one topping, so choose wisely among Pizza Hut’s meats and veggies.

More Pi Day Deals

If you don’t have a Pizza Hut near you—or you want to redeem this deal on the 13, so you can save room for more free food on the 14—there’s no need to fret. A few other pizza chains—and even fast food restaurants—are offering Pi Day deals.

7-Eleven is offering any flavor large pizza for $3.14 on March 14. Taco Bell is selling its beloved Mexican Pizza for $3.14 via its app. Marco’s Pizza is running a buy one large or extra-large pizza and get a medium pizza for $3.14 for its customers.

If you’re looking for real pies, you can get $3.14 off any of Marie Callender’s dessert pies when you order online at Walmart, Kroger, and Amazon Fresh. And Burger King is giving away free pie slices with any purchase of $3.14 or more all day long.

However you intend to spend your 3.14 day, we hope there are plenty of pies—whether in the form of dessert or not—and very little math (unless, of course, that’s your thing, then, bring on the math!).

Read the original article on All Recipes.