Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Passes Are BACK

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Last year, the internet totally freaked out over Olive Garden's Never Ending Pasta Pass. Unlimited pasta for two months can do that to a person. And now, after last year's craziness, Olive Garden is doing the unthinkable — yes, it's bringing never ending pasta back. This year, there's a family pass option, where you can bring three guests with you on your daily pasta-eating extravaganza. Olive Garden is only selling 1,000 of each pass to its biggest fans. This year's Never Ending Pasta Pass becomes available beginning September 17 at 2 p.m. EST on the Olive Garden website. If you manage to get one of the elusive cards, you'll have seven weeks to eat as much pasta as you possibly can. Olive Garden set a limit of two to-go orders per day, but you can be in the actual restaurants as much as your carb-loving self desires. The regular pass costs $100 and the family pass rings in at $300. Both can be used between October 5 and November 22. While unlimited pasta might seem a bit gluttonous, last year, someone used their pass for good — to feed the homeless.

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