By peoplestaff225
Updated December 03, 2020 03:13 PM

Time to get your elastic-waist pants ready.

After debuting the Never-Ending Pasta Pass last year, Olive Garden announced they will be bringing it back again. What does that mean for you? Seven glorious weeks of unlimited carb-loading gluttony are within reach.

And if you were too slow on the draw last go round (they sold out in 45 minutes), this year you’ve got double the chance to get your hands on one.

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Starting at 2 p.m. ET on Sept. 17, you will be able to get one of two passes: the individual pass, which costs $100 and applies only to you, or the family pass, which costs $300 and allows up to three of your co-dependents to reap the benefits as well.

But they’re only giving out 1,000 of each! So be sure to set your alarms tomorrow, yest ye want to feel stinging pain of back-to-back defeat.

In addition to all the pasta-bilities you could imagine, the card also gives you access to unlimited breadsticks, Coca-Cola, and soup or salad (for all you health nuts out there).

We think it’s safe to declare that bikini season is officially over.

Shay Spence, @chezspence