We’re celebrating #PiDay with a weekend long sale! Use code PIDAY for 10% off the Adafruit shop.
March 14th is Pi Day and Adafruit is celebrating with a storewide-weekend-long sale 🥳
Add the code PIDAY to your cart to get 10% off in stock items! This code if valid 12am ET Friday March 12th – 11:59pm ET Sunday March 14th.
We are not able to apply the discount to orders placed before the start time of the sale. We cannot cancel previous orders or retroactively apply the discount once your order is placed so please remember to use the code!
Discount does not apply to gift certificates, subscriptions (this includes AdaBox) and software.
We do not permit the use of discount codes on purchase orders.
If you do not want/are not able to receive free items in your order, please email [email protected] before, or immediately after placing your order and we will assist you.
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