How much (and in what combinations) could you eat pasta for nine weeks? Just think of the “pasta-bilities”!
To launch its annual Never Ending Pasta Bowl menu, Olive Garden is giving 24,000 pasta-loving customers the opportunity to get their fill of pasta, breadsticks and soup or salad.
For $100, pasta lovers can get a Never Ending Pasta Pass to use anytime from Sept. 23 to Nov. 24. (With a photo ID, passholder only may redeem for unlimited servings from its Never Ending Pasta Bowl menu.)
The limited number of passes will be available on Aug. 15 starting at 1 p.m. (CDT) — click here. Passes will only be available for 30 minutes or until they are sold out. The offer is usually sold out within minutes. Fans are encouraged to visit the website early on the big day to join the online waiting room, starting at 12:55 p.m. (CDT).
If you were to use the pass just once a day for the full 9 weeks, you would only pay $1.58 per meal. Now, if you were to go for lunch and dinner every day, you’d cut the price in half to just 79 cents per meal. Of course, no sharing allowed. Plus, the offer is only available for dine-in, no online or ToGo orders. For all the delicious details, click here.
There are eight different Olive Garden locations in Kansas City. You can find the closest one to you here.
This post first appeared on Living on the Cheap. Used here by permission.