The Olive Garden is upping the stakes in its wildly popular "Never-Ending Pasta Pass" promotion by tacking on a trip for two to Italy for US$100 (RM419).
Olive Garden, perhaps best known in the subcontinent as the (alleged) basis behind Glee's Breadstix, has a new promotion which promises a cheap trip to Italy may be on the cards!
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For $100, the pasta passes provide eight weeks of unlimited pasta, soup or salad, and breadsticks. The recipients of the passport will receive an eight-day, seven-night, all-inclusive vacation to Italy for two, as well as the eight weeks of free pasta. You, your guest, and the other 49 pairs will start in Siena before heading to Florence, Rome, Vatican City, and more. The restaurant chain claims that a year ago, all 21,000 cards - which entitles the holder to unlimited pasta for eight weeks - sold out in one second.
They can be bought at PastaPass.com.
The $100 pass gets you unlimited Never Ending Pasta Bowls with toppings, soup or salad and bread sticks from September 25 to November 19.
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