Olive Garden's 'Pasta Pass' can get you a trip to Italy

Marco Green
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.

This year, the promotion got more interesting, with a new "Pasta Passport to Italy".

Olive Garden is bringing back its unlimited "Pasta Pass" promotion which allows passholders eight weeks of unlimited pasta bowls. For an extra $100, 50 people also will be able to buy an eight-day trip to Italy for two.

And this year, the restaurant chain is adding an additional pasta pass for a more authentic experience - an all-inclusive, eight-week trip to Italy for 50 customers. You, your guest, and the other 49 pairs will start in Siena before heading to Florence, Rome, Vatican City, and more.

Olive Garden's Never Ending Pasta Pass promotion goes on sale Thursday, and the promotion begins September 25 and runs for eight weeks.

Last year, the 21,000 passes that were up for grabs sold out in a second. Airfare, ground transportation, hotels, meals, and excursions will all be included in the $200 cost.

As part of the Never-Ending Pasta Pass, cardholders are entitled to unlimited servings of pasta, soup, salad and breadsticks.

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