Published: Thu, September 14, 2017
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

Olive Garden's $100 Pasta Pass to go on sale Thursday

Olive Garden's $100 Pasta Pass to go on sale Thursday

In addition to the 22,000 Never Ending Pasta Passes, Olive Garden will sell 50 "Pasta Passport to Italy" passes for $200 that will give buyers an eight-day all-inclusive trip to Italy for them and a guest.

Olive Garden's All-You-Can-Eat Pasta Pass is coming back!

Diners will have 30 minutes beginning at 1:00 p.m. CT to nab one of the 22,000 passes, which cost $100 each.

The promotion allows customers to pick from seven pastas and six sauces and includes unlimited soup or salad and breadsticks.

According to Business Insider, the Italian trip will feature stops in Sienna, Florence, Assisi, and Rome. Pasta Passes and Pasta Passports are limited to one per customer per transaction. The trip includes round-trip flights, four-star hotel accommodations, ground transportation, optional daily cultural and culinary activities and three meals per day.

Plus, this year, 50 customers will also have the chance to buy a "Pasta Passport to Italy".

That'll get them an all-inclusive, eight-day trip for two to Italy.

"We wanted to do something insane this year to capitalize on our guests' love for the Never Ending Pasta Bowl and pasta pass", Mary Kate Rosack, Olive Garden's director of marketing, told Business Insider.

The 50 available "passports" will go on sale at the same time as the traditional passes.

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