Every time Olive Garden drops their all-you-can-eat pasta card, they sell out almost immediately. For noodle lovers and pasta aficionados, the fall season’s pretty much Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa, all tossed in a zesty marinara sauce. This year, the Italian-American restaurant chain decided to help customers out by adding more passes to entice customers with.
Originally, sales ended with about 1,000 to 2,000 passes. Those unfortunate enough to miss out on them had to go through back channels to get their hands on one.
Now, according to Bloomberg, Olive Garden has dramatically raised availability to about 21,000 passes. The restaurant chain must be real confident in their pasta to make such a massive increase in promotion.
The $100 card guarantees an endless supply of select pasta dishes from any participating Olive Garden location. Pasta season starts October 3rd and continues through November 20th. Pass sales begin on Thursday September 15th.
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