Head over to your nearest participating Olive Garden Italian Restaurant and get a second entrée for take-out when you buy a select lunch or dinner entrée, with prices starting at $6.
The great news is that as far as the lunch or dinner entree you buy there are no limitations! You can do the cheese ravioli, chicken parmigiana, shrimp scampi, eggplant parmigiana, creamy garlic Tuscan chicken, lasagna, mezzaluna ravioli, and all their other popular items.
The full-price entrée includes unlimited soup or salad and unlimited breadsticks; they can be added to the takeout meal for an additional fee. You can also add this promotion to to-go orders.
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The three dishes currently included in the promotion are to take home:
Fettuccine Alfredo- Made fresh in-house with ingredients like parmesan, cream, garlic, and butter, served over fettuccine.
Five Cheese Ziti al Forno- A baked blend of Italian cheeses, pasta and our signature five-cheese marinara.
Spaghetti with Meat Sauce- Our meat sauce is made with pan-seared beef and Italian sausage.
This offer is only available for a limited time so don’t miss out!
Here are my tips on how to maximize your Buy One Take One Meals!
- Buy gift cards with promotions- often times Olive Garden will do a promotion like “Buy a $50 gift card and get a $10 bonus gift card.” Consider grabbing cards to maximize the benefits!
- Buy an Olive Garden Gift Card that earns fuel points- if you have a grocery store nearby that offers fuel points for purchasing gift cards consider getting Olive Garden gift cards!
- Keep an eye out for any coupons that might pop up in your Val-Pak mailer, local paper, inbox, or mailbox.
- Add something extra when you get home. Part of Olive Garden’s appeal is its quantities. So when you get home split your meal and split it into two. Then add some veggies or additional protein! For example, if you bring home the Fettuccine Alfredo add some broccoli to the mix and you can get at least two more meals. That is a minimal extra cost to stretch your food further. It’s almost like getting some free food!