Olive Garden Has A New 'Pasta Passport' And Yes, It Involves Travel

Olive Garden Takes Its Never Ending Pasta Pass to a Whole New $200 Level

As part of the promotion for their "Never Ending Pasta Bowl" campaign, Olive Garden is dishing out 50 of these exclusive trips. The restaurant chain claims that a year ago, all 21,000 cards - which entitles the holder to unlimited pasta for eight weeks - sold out in one second.

"We wanted to do something insane this year to capitalize on our guests' love for the Never Ending Pasta Bowl and pasta pass", Mary Kate Rosack, Olive Garden's director of marketing, told Business Insider.

The 22,000 pasta passes and 50 pasta passports both go on sale at PastaPass.com on Thursday, September 14, at 2 p.m. ET.

50 lucky customers will be able to buy an 8-day trip to Italy for only $200!

Stops will include Siena, Florence, Assisi, Rome, Vatican City, and Pisa. Apart from the meals, you'll have the chance to sample wine and gelato and even learn how to prepare regional dishes. Airfare, ground transportation, hotels, meals, and excursions are all covered for the journey.

If Olive Garden has its way, you may soon be dining on unlimited pasta while getting ready for a trip to Italy. They will be available for purchase for 30 minutes only, or until all passes and passports sell out.

Expect these passes, particularly the Pasta Passports to Italy offers to go real quick.



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