14 September, 2017
In all, there are 22,000 $100 never-ending pasta passes available starting at 2 p.m. Thursday at this link.
The "Never Ending Pasta Pass" at Olive Garden is back and sales for the cards go on sale Thursday. Last year, 21,000 Pasta Passes were claimed in one second, giving guests an all-access pass to Olive Garden's most popular promotion of the year, Never Ending Pasta Bowl. Pasta Passes and Pasta Passports are limited to one per customer per transaction. Those who receive one of the Pasta Passes for $100 can enjoy eight weeks of access to unlimited pasta, homemade sauces, pasta toppings, soup or salad and breadsticks during the Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion September 25 through November 19.
Expect these passes, particularly the Pasta Passports to Italy offers to go real quick.
50 lucky customers will be able to buy an 8-day trip to Italy for only $200! Airfare, ground transportation, hotels, meals, and excursions will all be included in the $200 cost.
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The Italian vacation will feature stops in cities including Siena, Florence, Assisi, and Rome.
This year, the promotion got more interesting, with a new "Pasta Passport to Italy".
Have you bought the Pasta Pass in the past?
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