Olive Garden is upping the ante on their famous Never Ending Pasta Pass by not only offering a nine-week pass but also selling a lifetime pass to a select few with enough dough in their pocket.
The Lifetime Pasta Pass will be sold for $500, plus tax, to the first 50 patrons who can get their hands on it through Pastapass.com, August 15th.
In order to qualify for a Lifetime pass, you have to purchase the standard nine-week pass first, for $100. The nine-week pass will be available to the first 24,000 buyers, and from there, an email will be sent to 50 people who can upgrade for an additional $400, plus tax.
If you don’t want to upgrade to the Lifetime pass, they’ll just offer it to someone else until they’ve sold all 50.
The passes will start selling at 2 p.m. ET, with a virtual waiting room activating at 1:55 p.m. ET
This is the sixth year in a row that Olive Garden has offered some sort of Pasta Pass, but the Lifetime Pass is definitely the ultimate version, unless they can somehow offer a Pasta Pass that can be used in the afterlife. If you’re wondering what eating that much Olive Garden is like, here’s what happened when one of Foodbeast’s editors ate nothing but Olive Garden for eight weeks.