Olive Garden Brings Back Its Pasta Pass

Pasta Pass [Olive Garden]

Remember when Olive Garden sold pasta passes last year? They didn't last long, not even one second, before selling out.

So the Olive Garden is doing it again, offering up 22,000 all-you-can-eat pasta passes starting tomorrow (Thursday 9/14) at 1:00pm CT. 

If you can get your hands on one, priced at $100 a pop, you'll get eight weeks of unlimited pastas from their Never Ending Pasta Bowl menu. Plus the usual bread sticks, soups and salads. Everything else on the menu will still cost money.

I can't think of a faster way to put on 20 pounds than eight weeks of pasta. It's the food I love and avoid at the same time. But even if you know better than to buy a pasta pass, you may still want to buy one of the 50 passes priced at $200. Sure, it costs twice the price; but Olive Garden will throw in an 8-day trip to Italy. 

It's safe to say that anyone deciding to go for the trip probably won't get the regular pasta pass. So for anyone that actually wants to eat Olive Garden for eight weeks, there's a decision to be made. I'd suggest that you try to get the trip; your waistline will thank you later.

Here's the link to PastaPass.com. The sale will start at 1PM Central time tomorrow (Thu 9/14).

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