SAN ANTONIO - Olive Garden is bringing back its Pasta Passport to Italy, where foodies can buy an all-inclusive trip for two to Italy for $200.
Only 50 Pasta Passports will be available for purchase Thursday.
Purchasing will be open for 30 minutes starting at 1 p.m., but the passports won’t be available for that long.
Last year the Pasta Passport to Italy sold out in one second.
The 50 lucky recipients of the Italy trip will get to explore the cobblestoned streets and terracotta rooftops of Sienna and see other amazing cities like Florence and Assisi.
The eight-day, seven-night trip will include excursions like visiting the Coliseum in Rome and the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City.
There will also be Never Ending Pasta Passes available for $100 each, giving consumers eight weeks of unlimited access to pasta, salad, soup and breadsticks.
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