The remaining 23,950 regular $100 Pasta Passes are getting an upgrade too: This year, they'll run for nine weeks instead of eight weeks - making it that much easier to get your money's worth on unlimited servings of Never Ending Pasta combinations, homemade soup or salad, and breadsticks.
Olive Garden'sNever Ending Pasta Pass sale will go on sale onlineThursday.
Of course, there is a catch.
The Lifetime Pasta Passes will guarantee access to unlimited pasta, salad and breadsticks for life.
The pass goes on sale at 1 p.m. CST Thursday and there are only 24,000 available. Visit pastapass.com for more information.
The beloved chain known for its salad and breadsticks and massive portions is introducing a lifetime pasta pass, according to the company's website.
The passes can be purchased exclusively for 30 minutes or until sold out, starting at 8 a.m. on August 15. The first 50 guests who purchase their Pasta Pass will have the option to opt in for the Lifetime Pasta Pass for an additional $400 ($500 total).
The first 50 people who opt in will receive an email notifying them of their eligibility. That pass grants all the benefits of the standard pass, but it is valid for the rest of the holder's life.
The Lifetime Pasta Passes - which are available to the first 50 people lucky enough to snag a Pasta Pass on August 15 - will entitle the lucky recipients to unlimited pasta, soup, salad and breadsticks for their entire lifetimes. This year, a new Creamy Roasted Garlic sauce is added to the lineup.
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