Olive Garden is about to launch the reservation system for their hugely popular Pasta Pass. This is an all-you-can-eat pasta deal they run every year. Two years ago, they ran it with a twist of a trip to Italy. This year, they have another twist.
Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Bowl Pass On Sale Soon
Never Ending Pasta Pass Details
- Goes on sale at 2:00 pm ET today (August 15) waiting room opens at 1:55PM
- Nine weeks of unlimited servings of pastas, sauces and toppings from the Never Ending Pasta Bowl menu
- Dine in only
- Plus, all the soup, toppings, salad & breadsticks you want
- Valid for 9/23/2019 – 11/24/2019
- Valid for passholder only
- Cost is $100 + tax
- 24,000 available
There are no drinks included this year and it has to be dine-in (it was actually takeout a few years ago). But, it is 9 weeks this year instead of 8 or 7 weeks so one more week of carbo loading!
Never Ending Pasta Pass – for Life!
Olive Garden is selling, for the first time, a Never Ending Pasta Pass – for life. It is an opt-in “opportunity” for those who get the regular pass and they can be upgraded to this one.
Potential buyers will not be notified until tomorrow if they are eligible and they will have 48 hours to pay for the upgrade. The upgrade to lifetime costs an extra $400+ tax for a total of $500. It has the same inclusions as the regular pass except you get to use it forever.
They only have 50 of these so do not be on the fence long! Actually, you could opt-in since you have up to 48 hours from tomorrow to buy (but that means someone else may not get it). I imagine this will be gone very fast!
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 9 weeks! That is what I find to be the best deal – for being on the road.
If you miss out, you can still buy a ton of pasta and sauce for that $100 at your local super market! Also, if you miss out, your stomach may seriously be thanking you as well. 🙂