Darden Restaurant's (DRI) Olive Garden on Tuesday announced that it will give 50 "super fans" of its Never Ending Pasta Pass an opportunity to purchase an all-inclusive, weeklong trip to Italy for themselves and a friend for just $200.

The Pasta Passport to Italy comes with all the perks of the Pasta Pass, in addition to the trip to Italy. The passes, set to go on sale on Thursday, Sept. 14 at 2 p.m. ET, will be exclusively available at www.PastaPass.com for just 30 minutes.

The trip is an eight-day and seven-night, all-inclusive trip to Italy for two.

"Every year, through our Pasta Pass sale, we get to connect with and delight thousands of our most passionate Olive Garden fans," said Jennifer Arguello, executive VP of marketing for Olive Garden. "We couldn't think of a better way to create even more memories and a deeper connection to our brand than through a special edition Pasta Pass that includes an all-inclusive trip for two to the country that inspires us."

The annual Never Ending Pasta Pass promotion goes through Sept. 25 through Nov. 19 and costs $100 for eight weeks of unlimited access to the Never Ending Pasta Bowl.

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