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TeePublic's Huge Pi Day Sale Has Thousands Of T-Shirts And More For 31.4% Off

T-shirts, face masks, wall art, and more get a Pi Day-appropriate discount.

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Everyone's favorite mathematical holiday, Pi Day, is here once again, and as usual, some retailers are taking the opportunity to offer Pi Day-themed sales on anything and everything. At TeePublic, a store that sells apparel, home goods, and accessories with designs from independent artists, the Pi Day celebrations are in full swing. The one-day TeePublic sale appropriately kicked off at 3:14 AM ET today, March 14, and offers 31.4% across all the merch on its site (including a Pi Day-specific collection).

If you're not familiar with TeePublic, it's a neat store with literally millions of designs across 100 different product types, and shopping there helps support indie artists along with other creators like podcasts and streamers. You'll find a bunch of different designs inspired by games, anime, and practically any other fandom under the sun, and many of them are available to be printed on whatever product you want, whether it's a hoodie, T-shirt, face mask, sticker, or mug. It's a great place to find gifts as well.

With the 31.4% discount for Pi Day, classic-style T-shirts and tank tops drop to $13.72 (from $20). It's worth noting that T-shirts tend to get the biggest discounts on TeePublic regularly, and $13 is their usual price during sales. However, face masks start cheaper than they normally do, dropping to $6.86 with the Pi Day discount. Meanwhile, wall art starts at $8.92, and phone cases drop to $17.15.

There's a staggering amount of stuff available at TeePublic, so it's best to check it all out yourself. You can browse everything on sale at TeePublic and check out some of the designs that caught our eye below.

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