Olive Garden's 'Never Ending Pasta' passes sell out in under a minute

Posted at 9:38 PM, Sep 15, 2016

The popular Italian food chain Olive Garden offered 'Never Ending Pasta' passes once again this year and they sold out in under a minute. 

In 2014, Olive Garden introduced the passes. They sell for $100 a piece, and guarantee the pass holder seven weeks of free pasta, sauces, pasta toppings, soup or salad, breadsticks and Coca-Cola soft drinks.

In contrast to previous years where the franchise sold 1,000 and 2,000 passes respectively, this year the chain sold 21,000 passes, in honor of the 21st anniversary of the Never Ending Pasta Bowl. The passes went online Thursday afternoon and once again sold out in under a minute.

If you're still looking to buy a pass, the company says you still have a chance. Olive Garden is currently auctioning 21 Pasta passes on eBay through September 18 with the proceeds going toward Feeding America. The cheapest one is currently going for $520.

To bid, visit their website.