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Unlimited Pasta Passes are back at Olive Garden

The Unlimited Pasta Passes go on sale Thursday. (Source:WALB) The Unlimited Pasta Passes go on sale Thursday. (Source:WALB)
Julie Bondurant, General Manager of the Albany Olive Garden (Source:WALB) Julie Bondurant, General Manager of the Albany Olive Garden (Source:WALB)
The pass includes soup or salad and breadsticks. (Source:WALB) The pass includes soup or salad and breadsticks. (Source:WALB)
The Unlimited Pasta Bowl is also making a return. (Source:WALB) The Unlimited Pasta Bowl is also making a return. (Source:WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Pasta lovers, listen up!

On Thursday, September 15, 2016, Olive Garden will sell 21,000 Unlimited Pasta Passes.

Those interested better hurry though, because these passes go fast!

Last year, Olive Garden fans purchased 2,000 passes in less than a minute.

For $100, passholders can enjoy unlimited pasta, sauce, toppings, soup or salad, breadsticks, and Coca-Cola products.

The Unlimited Pasta Pass is valid from Monday, October 3, through Sunday, November 20, 2016.

If Olive Garden sells out of the passes, you may still have a chance to be a passholder.

After the sale, Olive Garden will auction additional passes on eBay. Proceeds from the auction will go directly towards Feeding America.

Julie Bondurant, General Manager of the Albany Olive Garden, told WALB News 10 that donating the proceeds is just one of the ways that Olive Garden gives back.

"We also participate in a Second Harvest Program where any unused fresh food that we are unable to use here in the restaurant gets donated to the local Salvation Army. We just like to do nice things for our community, as much as we can," Bondurant said.

Olive Garden is also gearing up for their Unlimited Pasta Bowls.

For less than $10, guests can enjoy unlimited pasta, sauce, toppings, soup or salad, and breadsticks during a single visit.

The passes go on sale Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Click here for more information.

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