Now You Can Get A Year Of Unlimited Olive Garden Pasta For Only $300
Starting this Thursday, Olive Garden is selling an annual pasta pass that lets people get unlimited pasta for one year and it only costs $300
There’s no doubt that people absolutely love Olive Garden’s pasta and breadsticks. Last year when they introduced an 8-week unlimited pass, it only took one second for the Italian chain to sell out of the unlimited deal. This year, Olive Garden is upping the ante with a full year of unlimited pasta for only $300.
Starting Thursday, August 23 at 2 p.m. ET, Olive Garden will be offering 23,000 pasta passes for $100. These passes, however, will only get you eight weeks of unlimited pasta deliciousness, similar to those sold last year. If you’re wanting unlimited pasta for the whole year, then you’ll have to be one of the lucky 1,000 people who purchase the $300 pass option.
Jennifer Arguello, Olive Garden's executive vice president of marketing told Business Insider that their super fans are bummed each year when the unlimited pasta pass comes to an end so now they’re looking to roll out a pass that will last the entire year – the ultimate gift that just keeps on giving. Unlike McDonald’s McGold Card, this pass is truly unlimited. As long as they have the pass, people can eat pasta as much as they want, as many times as they wan throughout the year.
Arguello encourages those wanting to purchase the pass to be ready, click fast, use multiple devices and don’t try refreshing when trying to purchase one of the cards from the restaurant’s website.
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