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Olive Garden's $100 Pasta Pass Is Now $300 on Ebay

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It appears as if everyone who bought Olive Garden's Never Ending Pasta Pass is trying to resell it on eBay for a profit. The $100 deal announced by the chain earlier this week buys pasta-philes all the noodles their carb-loving hearts desire for seven straight weeks. Only 1,000 cards were up for grabs and they sold out pretty quickly. But do not fret chicken scampi lovers: You can currently buy a pass off of eBay for a bid of around $152. For those who have no time for bidding and only time for pasta, one seller will even give you two passes for $600 (and it comes with free shipping!).

Previously, eBay hosted a bidding frenzy for limited-edition Starbucks' gift cards. Last December, one person managed to sell a $450 rose metal gift card for a cool $2,075. In 2012, Starbucks' limited edition holiday card fetched $1,100. Comparatively, even at $300 — which works out to just over $6 a day — the Olive Garden pass sounds like a steal. Willing to eat pasta for the next 49 days? Bid now.

· Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Pass [eBay]
· All Olive Garden Coverage on Eater [-E-]

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