Olive Garden's Never Ending Pasta Pass is back

Gladys Abbott
September 13, 2017

The restaurant chain claims that a year ago, all 21,000 cards - which entitles the holder to unlimited pasta for eight weeks - sold out in one second. Olive Garden plans to offer more than 22,000 Never Ending Pasta Passes.

Olive Garden's $100 never-ending pasta pass will return tomorrow, with a new bonus.

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This year, the promotion got more interesting, with a new "Pasta Passport to Italy". The recipients of the passport will receive an eight-day, seven-night, all-inclusive vacation to Italy for two, as well as the eight weeks of free pasta. If you're the lucky holder of one of these "Pasta Passports" you'll be able to travel to Italy for only $200 (I may not be American, but even I know that's cheap). The chain known for its breadsticks says the April trip includes airfare, a hotel and meals. The 50 Pasta Passports go on sale at 11 a.m. PST on Thursday, September 14th and we're sure they'll be snatched up quickly.

"Every year, through our Pasta Pass sale, we get to connect with and delight thousands of our most passionate Olive Garden fans", said a statement from Jennifer Arguello, executive vice president of marketing for Olive Garden. Last year's passes reportedly sold out in one second.

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