Olive Garden's Never Ending Pasta Pass is back

Aaron Brown
September 14, 2017

For $100, you can get unlimited servings of pastas, sauces and toppings from the Never Ending Pasta Bowl menu for 8 weeks!

"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. Pasta Passes and Pasta Passports are limited to one per customer per transaction.

New this year - 50 people who are willing to spend an extra $100 can tack on an eight-day trip for two to Italy! They will start by exploring the sprawling cobble-stoned streets and terracotta rooftops of Siena, then will travel throughout Italy, including Florence and Assisi, cities known for their ancient architecture and fresh, seasonal cooking.

Both the Pasta Pass and the Pasta Passport go on sale Thursday, September 14 at 2 p.m. ET at this website. The trip, which will take place April 7-14, 2018, includes airfare, ground transportation, hotels, meals, and daily activities throughout the country.

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Olive Garden's Pasta Pass will give some diners a chance to eat rigatoni in Italy.

Of course, the deal isn't just for pasta. soup, salad, and breadsticks are also covered on the card.

Expect these passes, particularly the Pasta Passports to Italy offers to go real quick.

Passes will only be available for 30 minutes, and they will likely sell out even more quickly.

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