Published: Wed, September 13, 2017
Money | By Armando Alvarado

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

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

As part of the promotion for their "Never Ending Pasta Bowl" campaign, Olive Garden is dishing out 50 of these exclusive trips.

According to Olive Garden, which doesn't share average Pasta Pass usage, many guests used their pass twice a day during the promotion a year ago, which was seven weeks instead of eight.

This year, the promotion got more interesting, with a new "Pasta Passport to Italy". The first-of-its-kind Pasta Passport to Italy has all the benefits of Pasta Pass plus a trip of a lifetime for two to Italy. They will be available for purchase for 30 minutes only, or until all passes and passports sell out. While that's wonderful, the food chain is offering something even better this year: Pasta Passports to Italy.

The Italian vacation will feature stops in cities including Siena, Florence, Assisi, and Rome.

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At $9.99, diners who frequent Olive Garden twice a day for eight weeks in 2017 would spend $1,119, making the $100 pass a huge money-saving deal.

Last year, the 21,000 passes that were up for grabs sold out in a second. Olive Garden plans to offer more than 22,000 Never Ending Pasta Passes.

Throughout Never Ending Pasta Bowl beginning September 25, all guests can still enjoy unlimited servings of their favorite pasta combinations, homemade soup or salad and freshly baked breadsticks, starting at $9.99. The chain says the April trip includes airfare, a hotel and meals.

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