You can buy a lifetime pasta pass at Olive Garden

The Lifetime Pasta Passes — which are available to the first 50 people lucky enough to snag a Pasta Pass on Aug. 15 — will entitle the lucky recipients to unlimited pasta soup salad and breadsticks for their entire lifetimes

You can buy a lifetime pasta pass at Olive Garden

The Lifetime Pasta Pass includes a lifetime of unlimited pasta, homemade sauces, pasta toppings, soup or salad and breadsticks. The first 50 to complete their transactions will be offered the opportunity to opt-in for the Lifetime Pasta Passes for an additional $400, plus tax. The pasta pass can not be shared with another person.

Let's dive right into the numbers: These truly never-ending, gold-colored passes will cost just $500 each - an incredible deal, really. "With the introduction of our new Lifetime Pasta Pass, we're excited to be a part of our biggest fans' memories around the table for years to come".

Olive Garden claimed that, if one were to purchase the $500 Lifetime Pasta Pass and somehow consume a bowl of pasta per day for 60 years, each bowl would cost less than three cents apiece.

This pass provides nine weeks of unlimited servings of pastas, sauces and toppings from the "Never Ending Pasta Bowl" menu.

So how do you get a pass this year, including a chance at one of the Lifetime Passes?

In order to score a new Lifetime Pasta Pass, visit PastaPass.com on Thursday, August 15, 2019 by 2:00 p.m. E.T., when 24,000 Never Ending Pasta Passes will officially go on sale for $100 each. Olive Garden strongly suggests that customers visit the website early to join the online waiting room starting by 1:55 p.m. ET.

Olive Garden on Monday announced details of its Never Ending Pasta Pass and, for the first time, a chance at a Lifetime Pasta Pass. That pass grants all the benefits of the standard pass, but it is valid for the rest of the holder's life.

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