San Antonians win Olive Garden's $200 all-inclusive vacation to Italy
Olive Garden's ‘Pasta Passport to Italy' includes never-ending pasta
SAN ANTONIO – In a matter of one second, 50 fans from across the nation claimed Olive Garden’s first-ever “Pasta Passport to Italy,” with two of them coming from San Antonio.
The odds were against the lucky winners as Olive Garden was only offering the 50 Pasta Passports for purchase for 30 minutes to buy the all-inclusive trip for only $200.
The 50 Pasta Passport winners, along with the two San Antonians, will take the trip in April 2018, and will have access to eight weeks of unlimited pasta, homemade sauces, pasta toppings, soup or salad and breadsticks.
The eight-day trip will include excursions like visiting the Coliseum in Rome and the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City.
UPDATE! All passes are officially SOLD OUT! Don’t worry, you can still enjoy our Never Ending Pasta Bowl starting Sept. 25. pic.twitter.com/udxOz5jcq1— Olive Garden (@olivegarden) September 14, 2017
On Thursday, Olive Garden also offered their annual $100 “Never Ending Pasta Passes,” giving 22,000 fans who bought the deal eight weeks of unlimited access to pasta, salad, soup and breadsticks.
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