Published: Tue, August 13, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

Olive Garden announces never ending ‘Lifetime Pasta Pass’

Olive Garden announces never ending ‘Lifetime Pasta Pass’

Olive Garden offers a new twist on its popular Never Ending Pasta Pass with the introduction of the new, and first-ever Lifetime Pasta Pass on August 15, 2019.

Of course, there is a catch. Now if you used the Lifetime Pasta Pass once a day for the next 60 years, each visit would cost less than three cents and the $500 you shelled out for the card would be paid off by your 45th bowl.

The Lifetime Pasta Pass includes a lifetime of unlimited servings of your favorite pastas, homemade sauces and toppings, accompanied by unlimited soup or salad and breadsticks. Visit for more information. The chain is recommending that hopefuls join the "waiting room" on its website at 1:55 p.m. EST so that they're queued up and ready to go once the clock strikes 2 p.m.

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The Lifetime Pasta Passes - which are, essentially, exactly what they sound like - will entitle 50 lucky recipients to unlimited pasta, soup, salad and breadsticks for their entire lifetimes.

After years of offering customers a chance to buy a pass good for free Olive Garden for several weeks, the company is making this year's promotion even saucier. And though the passes don't go on sale until Thursday, the Italian chain has revealed that this year, 50 Pasta Pass purchasers will get the deal of a lifetime... literally. But if you want your pasta situation sorted out for the rest of your life, you're just some luck and $500 away. You can take part in the Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion on a nightly basis instead, with the unlimited perks starting at $10.99. This year, a new Creamy Roasted Garlic sauce is added to the lineup.

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