Marie Callender’s pie sale returns for Great American Pie Month!

Marie Callender’s French Apple Pie

Marie Callender’s, the SoCal-based restaurant chain known for its freshly-prepared pies, has announced the return of its bi-annual Pie Sale. Just in time for Great American Pie Month (all February) Marie Callender’s are offering whole pies to-go starting at just $8.99, plus tin at restaurants in California and Utah, and starting at $7.99 plus tin in Nevada. The promo runs until February 28th in all three states.

Customers can choose from more than 20 varieties, which are perfect for any occasion, and include fan-favorite selections such as Apple, Banana Cream, Razzleberry, Coconut Cream, Lemon Meringue, and more. The Pie Sale excludes cheesecakes, seasonal fresh-fruit pies, and promotional pies.

John Bowler, Vice President of Operations. writes, “Our bi-annual Pie Sale is one of our most treasured traditions. Not only do our fans and customers look forward to it, but our way to say thank you for the continued support and patronage. The fact that it aligns with Great American Pie Month in February is just an added bonus and excuse to enjoy comfort food, like our irresistible pies, with families and loved ones.”  

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