Olive Garden brings back the pasta pass

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Olive Garden brings back the pasta pass

Ready. Set. Pasta.

Starting tomorrow, pasta lovers will be able to vie for an all-you-can eat “Pasta Pass” from the restaurant chain Olive Garden, allowing them to eat all the pasta, bread sticks, and salad they desire for two months starting in late September. 

 

Diners will have half an hour beginning at 2 p.m. ET to nab one of the 22,000 passes that are a ticket to partake in Olive Garden’s popular “Never Ending Pasta" bowl.  The passes cost $100, and for the first time this year, 50 pasta fans who are willing to spend an additional $100, can also tack on an eight-day trip for two to Italy.    

 

 

You'll have to hurry. The restaurant chain says that last year, 21,000 pasta passes were gobbled up in one second.

 

"Every year, through our Pasta Pass sale, we get to connect with and delight thousands of our most passionate Olive Garden fans," Jennifer Arguello, executive vice president of marketing for Olive Garden said in a statement.  "We couldn't think of a better way to create even more memories and a deeper connection to our brand than through a special edition Pasta Pass that includes an all-inclusive trip for two to the country that inspires us."

The pasta bowl begins Sept. 25, and extends through Nov. 19.

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