Olive Garden offering 'Lifetime Pasta Pass' to a select group of people

Pass is available for the first time this year at Olive Garden

Pass is available for the first time this year at Olive Garden

Olive Garden's annual Never Ending Pasta Pass is back again, and in addition to the 24,000 people who will get their hands on the normal pass, 50 will have the chance to upgrade it to the first-ever lifetime option. "With the introduction of our new Lifetime Pasta Pass, we're excited to be a part of our biggest fans' memories around the table for years to come".

Olive Garden fans will have to first purchase a Never Ending Pasta Pass for $100, which gets you nine weeks of unlimited pasta. All passes will go on sale on Thursday, August 15 at exactly 2 p.m. ET for 30 minutes or until they sell out (which usually happens essentially instantly).

After years of offering customers a chance to buy a pass good for free Olive Garden for several weeks, the company is making this year's promotion even saucier. Those who opt-in will be informed on the 16th whether they are one of the lucky new pass owners. That pass grants all the benefits of the standard pass, but it is valid for the rest of the holder's life.

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Throughout the Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion, and beginning September 23, 2019 everyone can enjoy unlimited servings of their favorite pasta combinations, homemade soup or salad and freshly baked breadsticks, starting at $10.99. And from there, the value grows exponentially: Olive Garden suggests that if you used the pass to order a bowl a day for the next 60 years, the cost per bowl would be less than three cents - and that's not adjusting for inflation.

People are encouraged to join the waiting room for the sale online at 1:55 p.m.

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