Olive Garden Is Offering Pasta For Life

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Olive Garden Is Offering Pasta For Life

The Italian restaurant chain is rewarding it's best customers with never ending pasta...if you're one of the lucky ones. Let me explain.

"I could eat pasta for literally EVERY meal." 

How many times have you said this?

Well, here's your chance thanks to Olive Garden's latest promotion. 

The Italian restaurant chain announced that it will be bringing back the never-ending Pasta Pass, but this time the stakes are even higher


From Good Morning America

The Italian restaurant chain announced the return of the never-ending Pasta Pass and introduced a first-of-its-kind Lifetime Pasta Pass.

The coveted card for carb lovers will be available to 24,000 diners for $100 each, but the first 50 guests to complete their online transaction can "opt-in" for the lifetime version and upgrade for an additional $400.

The passes are available for purchase exclusively at www.PastaPass.com for 30 minutes -- or until sold out -- beginning at 2 p.m. ET on Aug. 15.


So there you have it. Just $400 stands between you, a lifetime of pasta, and an upset doctor/waist. 


The fun doesn't stop there, though. Olive Garden would also include unlimited soup, salad, and breadsticks because it wouldn't be a true Olive Garden trip without endless bread. 


Mark the calendars. Thursday, August 15th, 2pm. Your date with spaghetti. 


Now... do wine next. 

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