Olive Garden's Pasta Passes again sell out in seconds

Olive Garden's pasta passes once again sold out almost immediately Thursday.

This undated photo provided by Olive Garden shows their new annual pasta pass, top, and their eight weeks of unlimited access pasta pass. The passes go on sale starting at 2 p.m. EDT Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018, at www.PastaPass.com. (Olive Garden via AP) (AP)

Olive Garden fans took the internet to order cards to give them unlimited access to the restaurant's never-ending pasta bowls for eight weeks for $100, with a limited pass for annual access for $300.

The annual pass version sold out in just seconds, but the 8-week passes were close behind.

The Orlando-based restaurant chain tweaked its once-a-year sales frenzy with a year-long pass this year for $300, but only offered it to 1,000 people.

Still, both 1,000 year-long passes and the 23,000 eight-week passes sold out fast through www.pastapass.com, leaving customers delighted and disappointed on social media.

The promotion is meant to highlight Olive Garden’s never-ending pasta bowl, which starts Sept. 24.

It’s the fifth year the Orlando-based restaurant chain has offered a “pasta pass” deal.

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