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Get excited: Olive Garden's never ending pasta pass is back!

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(Meredith) -- Here it comes! Olive Garden is bringing back its Never Ending Pasta Pass, and this time - you could win a trip to Italy. 

For only $100, you can purchase a single pass, which works for eight weeks of unlimited pasta, breadsticks, soups, and salads. This makes this year's pasta pass seven days longer than in 2016.

This year also adds an additional bonus, the first 50 customers will have the opportunity to buy a “Pasta Passport to Italy” for $200, which Olive Garden says the grand winner will receive an eight-day, seven-night, all-inclusive vacation to Italy for two. 

According to Business Insider, the Italian trip will feature stops in Sienna, Florence, Assisi, and Rome.

The pasta passes, numbered at 22,000, go on sale Thursday afternoon.

Click Here for your chance to enter. 

Hurry, Olive Garden says the passes could sell out in less than 20 minutes.

WATCH: Passport to Italy (Source: YouTube) 

Only three years ago, one Utah man led a unique pasta campaign after getting his $100 pass. He decided to feed the homeless around the town of Odgen.

WATCH: Random acts of Pasta (Source: YouTube) 

Click Here to learn more about his random acts of pasta. 

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