All You Can Eat Pasta for 8 Weeks To Go On Sale for $100 Soon!
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The Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Pass Goes On Sale Soon

Written by Charlie

All you can eat pasta is about to go on sale – 8 weeks worth for only $100. Be ready to snag one of the Never Ending Pasta Passes and maybe even the all-inclusive trip to Italy for only $200!

Advertiser Disclosure

This is insanely popular and typically goes very fast, even with 22,000 passes. But, if you like the Olive Garden chain and would already be eating out at least once per week, this pass could make a lot of sense for you – if you want to jump in and try to grab one of the Never Ending Pasta passes. Here are the details.

The Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Pass Goes On Sale Soon

olive garden selling trip to italy

Link: Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta

Never Ending Pasta Pass Details

  • Goes on sale at 2pm ET today
  • Eight weeks of unlimited servings of pastas, sauces and toppings from the Never Ending Pasta Bowl menu
    • Dine in only
  • All the soup, salad & breadsticks you want
  • Valid for 9/25/17-11/19/17
  • Valid for passholder only

There are no drinks included this year and it has to be dine-in (it was actually takeout a couple of years ago). But, it is 8 weeks this year instead of 7 weeks so one more week of carbo loading!

Who Is the Never Ending Pasta Pass For?

Of course, if you just love food deals, this is great. But, it works great if you are wanting to load up on some carbs and have long runs coming up. 🙂 It also is a great idea if you are traveling much. If you are headed to US cities with Olive Gardens, you can basically lock in some really cheap food for the next 8 weeks! That is what I find to be the best deal – for being on the road.

If you want to try for the Italy Pass – the all-inclusive trip to Italy – check out this post.

If you miss out, you can still buy a ton of pasta and sauce for that $100 at your local super market!

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

5 Comments

    • We ended up getting one pasta pass using 12 devices and several networks. It was terrible because there was a 17 second differential across the devices. So, got it as a gift for a family member.

  • I’m not that sad that I didn’t get the trip pass although I clicked on it at the exact second it opened but what I would like to know is who did manage to get these and how did they manage to do so?

    • With the differential we were facing (17 seconds across 12 devices on 4 different networks) it would have had to be pure luck if it was not done by automation by someone. Olive Garden didn’t even have it based on the national time standard! I too would like to see who got one!

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