Olive Garden’s bottomless ‘Pasta Pass’ is back — here’s how to get one

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Remember that good ole’ belt-busting Pasta Pass? Well Olive Garden is bringing it back by popular demand!

Olive Garden has announced that the Unlimited Never Ending Pasta Pass will go on sale Thursday at 2PM.

Pass holders will not only be able to eat unlimited pasta for up to seven weeks October 5th through November 22nd, they will also get never ending Coca-Cola drinks!
“That’s right — unlimited food at Olive Garden for 7 weeks,” said the company, which is similar to last year’s offer.

Olive Garden is selling 1,000 passes to individuals at $100 each. And starting this year, 1,000 family passes at $300 which will allow the customer and three of their guests to eat unlimited pasta.
The company, owned by Darden Restaurants, also has a ToGo feature that allows individual pass holders to take one dinner portion home, with bread sticks and soup or salad, up to twice a day. Family pass holders can take home four dinners.

If you’re interested in purchasing your pass, tickets can be purchased online and it only takes two to seven business days to ship. According to Olive Garden, anyone who buys the pass on September 17th will receive their pass before the seven-week deal begins.

Customers may be required to show photo ID when they use their pasta passes, and it does not include tip.

Now, who’s ready for some pasta?!!


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