Last year, the passes sold out within less than a minute.

By Talia Avakian
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Olive Garden will be bringing back its Never Ending Pasta Pass on September 15 as it celebrates the 21st anniversary of its “Never Ending Pasta Bowl.”

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This year, the food chain will be offering more than 10 times the amount of passes as last year, selling up to 21,000 passes to eager customers this year.

The all-access pass gives customers the ability to enjoy never-ending pasta bowls with unlimited pasta selections, homemade sauces, the choice of various toppings, soup or salad, bread sticks, and sodas for $100.

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Customers can take advantage of the deal from October 3 to November 20, while those without a pass can dine on Never Ending Pasta Bowls starting at $9.99 throughout the promotion.

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Last year, the passes sold out within less than a minute, which is why Olive Garden will also be auctioning additional passes on eBay, with proceeds going to Feeding America.