Olive Garden Offering Buy One Get One Free On Take-Out Meals

Amid the Coronavirus outbreak, restaurants are being forced to close or come up with different options to serve their customers. Olive Garden announced it will be offering buy one, get one free meals for take-out meals. The offer is unlimited for use by all customers.

Guests will be able to choose between several hot options like the chain’s classic Fettuccine Alfredo, Cheese Ravioli, Lasagna or Chicken Parmigiana. Then, customers select a “Take One” option (of equal or lesser value), which will be packaged up, ready to be popped in the freezer. Orders can be placed online or by phone, and entrees start at $12.99.

If customers spend more than $40 in most states, they’ll be able to get their Olive Garden meals delivered free of charge. Like many other delivery services, they are offering a contact-less option. A server from the restaurant will bring the food right to their car for curbside pickup.

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