Imagine you would never again pay for another bowl of Cavatappi with Five Cheese Marinara.
This is a reality for 50 lucky Olive Garden fans as the restaurant chain has announced plans to offer their very first Lifetime Pasta Passes during this year's Never Ending Pasta Pass promotion.
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"Olive Garden has always been known for Italian generosity and has made everyone feel like a family pass five years ago," said Jennifer Arguello, Executive Vice President of Marketing at Olive Garden, in a press release. "With the launch of our new Lifetime Pasta Pass, we look forward to being part of the biggest memories of our fans in the coming years."
The Lifetime Pasta Passes – basically exactly what they sound like – entitle 50 happy recipients for their entire lives to an unlimited number of noodles, soups, salads and breadsticks.
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The passes are only available to those who are fast enough to buy the original Never Ending Pasta Passports. How it works: On Aug. 15 at 14:00 EST sharp, the original Never Ending Pasta Passes will be available at www.PastaPass.com for $ 100 apiece (plus VAT) and only for 30 minutes or until offered for sale. The first 50 who complete their transactions will be offered the opportunity to sign up for the Lifetime Pasta Passes for $ 400 plus tax.
Those who have opted for the Lifetime Passes will be notified when they qualify the following day. At this point, they can complete their transactions and track down real estate near their favorite olive garden.
"This never-before-offered pass will pay off on average when you reach your 45th bowl." The press release estimates.
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If you want to have a lifetime pass – or just a regular pass – you have to act fast. In 2018, Olive Garden's limited annual noodle cards, which allow the owner to eat unlimited for one year, sold out in less than a second per daily special. All of the 22,000 passes the company offered in 2017 sold out within a second.
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