Pi Day 2019 Site-wide Sale At ThinkGeek Saves Big

Posted: Mar 14 2019, 3:20am CDT | by , in Toys


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Pi Day 2019 Site-wide Sale at ThinkGeek Saves Big

ThinkGeek offers over 31.42% site-wide on Pi Day 3.14.

On Thursday, March 14 is Pi Day and geek's favorite online store ThinkGeek offers a huge Pi Day sale. ThinkGeek offers 31.42% off site-wide. You can stack up on items like the Nintendo Super Mario Goomba Garden Statue shown in the image and save almost a third on the price.

Update: Pi Day is underway at ThinkGeek. Use Promo Code: PIDAY19.

At the ThinkGeek online store you also find retro gaming consoles including the popular retro arcade cabinets. Collectors of action figures will also be able to add to their collection utilizing the site-wide discount. ThinkGeek also has a wide range of T-shirts and other apparel that are must-haves for fans of video games or movie franchises.

Shop the Pi Day sale at ThinkGeek.com starting at 12:00 AM EDT on March 14. The sale ends at midnight.

Pi Day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π. Pi Day is observed on March 14 since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π. Because Pi Day is about math, its a day that especially geeks and nerds are honoring.

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