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

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

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

Olive Garden plans to offer more than 22,000 Never Ending Pasta Passes.

Olive Garden is offering their very popular Pasta Pass again on September 14.

For $100, the pasta passes provide eight weeks of unlimited pasta, soup or salad, and breadsticks.

Plus, this year, 50 customers will also have the chance to buy a "Pasta Passport to Italy". For a hundred more bucks, 50 cardholders will be able to eat all the pasta they want, and travel to Italy for an eight-day, seven-night all-inclusive trip for two.

That'll get them an all-inclusive, eight-day trip for two to Italy.

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According to Business Insider, the Italian trip will feature stops in Sienna, Florence, Assisi, and Rome.

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

Per tradition with the Pasta Pass sale, the all-y0u-can-eat deals will go to the fastest shoppers starting Thursday at 2:00 p.m. E.T. But if history is any indicator, customers will have to act quickly.

For The Olive Garden's debut year, only 1,000 passes were made available. The chain says the April trip includes airfare, a hotel and meals.

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