Olive Garden's $100 Pasta Pass to go on sale Thursday

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Olive Garden announced Tuesday that it is offering a new all-you-can-eat promotion, the Pasta Passport to Italy, in celebration of the return of its Never Ending Pasta Pass.

New this year - 50 people who are willing to spend an extra $100 can tack on an eight-day trip for two to Italy!

According to Business Insider, the Italian trip will feature stops in Sienna, Florence, Assisi, and Rome. "We couldn't think of a better way to create even more memories and a deeper connection to our brand than through a special edition Pasta Pass that includes an all-inclusive trip for two to the country that inspires us". Airfare, ground transportation, hotels, meals, and excursions are all covered for the journey. The sale will last 30 minutes, or until the passes are sold out.

To celebrate the third year of the nearly all-you-can-eat offering, Olive Garden is offering 22,000 Pasta Passes in honor of the the twenty-second anniversary of its Never Ending Pasta Bowl.

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Of course, the deal isn't just for pasta. soup, salad, and breadsticks are also covered on the card.

For more information or to purchase a Pasta Passport to Italy or Never Ending Pasta Pass on September 14, visit www.olivegarden.com/pastapass.

The 50 available "passports" will go on sale at the same time as the traditional passes.