In addition to the return of the Never Ending Pasta Pass, Olive Garden is now introducing a Lifetime Pasta Pass, which includes a lifetime of unlimited servings of pastas, along with unlimited soup or salad and breadsticks.
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. Visit pastapass.com for more information. 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.
Let's dive right into the numbers: These truly never-ending, gold-colored passes will cost just $500 each - an incredible deal, really.
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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. These special new passes will offer the same perks for the rest of the customers' lives.
Pasta fanatics will have to act fast because the 2018 Annual Pasta Passes sold out in less than one second.
There are 24,000 nine-week passes available for purchase. One Business Insider writer said he got canker sores after eating there 20 out of the first 25 days, and halfway through the seven-week period Syracuse radio personality Josh Grosvent vowed, "No more Olive Garden".