Olive Garden is bringing back its Never Ending Pasta Pass this year for the fifth time. The offer now comes with an annual option that enables you to get all the spaghetti and meatballs, salads, and breadsticks you can handle for 365 days a year, for a mere $300. As you can probably imagine, there’s a catch. Only 1,000 of the annual pasta passes will be sold, which means your chances of getting one are pretty slim.
… In addition to the 1,000 annual passes, Olive Garden will be selling 23,000 of its traditional Never Ending Pasta Passes. That pass, which you’ve probably heard of before, is good for eight weeks and is priced at $100. Both include items specifically off of the restaurant’s Pasta Bowl menu and require diners to eat in.
… If you’re interested in scoring one of the passes, you’ll want to have your trigger finger ready right at 2 PM ET today (August 23) on Olive Garden’s Pasta Pass-specific site. The passes will only be sold for 30 minutes; however, in the past, they have sold out in a matter of seconds. • LINK
… According to the site, the buy button will appear right when the clock strikes 2pm. If you don’t get to buy one right then, you have the opportunity to be put in a waiting room where you might have the opportunity to buy a pass in the event that an earlier shopper couldn’t complete a purchase of because their card was declined, or changed their mind about the purchase.