Every year, Blaze Pizza fans celebrate Pi Day by building their own customized pizza, with unlimited premium toppings, for just $3.14. This year, Blaze Pizza has announced that their much-anticipated Pi Day promotion will run for a month, from March 14 through April 12, allowing guests even more opportunity to
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In a follow-up to a notice last week, Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza has canceled it’s In-Store March 14 Pi Day Celebration. Blaze Pizza prioritizes the health and safety of its guests and team members. As communities continue to feel the increased impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and given that the annual
Blaze Pizza, the recognized world leader in fast, artisanal pizza, invites pizza and math fans alike to celebrate Pi Day on Saturday, March 14 after 3:14 p.m., with a $3.14 build-your-own 11-inch pizza. This year marks the 7th Pi Day celebration for Blaze Pizza, with guests across the U.S. and Canada