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Olive Garden: Buy One Select Entree, Get One Entree Free to Take Home

SUCHaDEAL 13,450 49,238 March 7, 2016 at 05:34 AM in Restaurants More Olive Garden Deals
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Promoted 03-07-2016 by qwikwit at 10:52 AM View Original Post
Olive Garden [Restaurant Locator] is offering Buy One Select Entree, Get One Entree Free to Take Home with entree prices starting from $12.99. The dine-in entree option is served with unlimited soup or salad and breadsticks. Thanks SUCHaDEAL

Note, the dine-in and take home options have specific entree choices. Please check here for available options.



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Edited March 7, 2016 at 06:48 AM by TattyBear
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Brace yourselves...the world's foremost authorities on authentic Italian cuisine are coming.
Ready or not, here come the food snobs....
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It's "utter", not "udder".

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They could improve the selections a bit but this is still a good deal for those that enjoy olive garden. Sometimes when I travel for work these deals are my lifeline. Buy a dinner entree, bring the other home for lunch.

Thanks OP for the info!
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Ready or not, here come the food snobs....
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Brace yourselves...the world's foremost authorities on authentic Italian cuisine are coming.
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Can it be BOGO there and two people can go eat, or does you have to take an entree home?
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I am one of the world's foremost authorities on authentic Italian cuisine and this 'olive garden' is complete and udder rubbish. The chicken alfredo may have been the most plain thing I've tasted and the breadsticks - jesus. If someone threw a whole bottle of garlic salt on a breadstick, it wouldn't even hold a light to the crystal sticks of salt that olive garden gives you.
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Great, now I'm hungry.
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Anyone know how long the deal normally last? wife was just talking about going there this weekend since she's off work.
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Just ate there last night but its not being advertised inside, or maybe they dont honor it, not sure. Either way the place took a big nose dive in food quality when it wasnt the best to begin with.
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so basically, eat in, then get a "free" dogie bag full of more pasta to take home - not much of a bargain...
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Olive Garden
Stay for the salad....bring home the food.
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can you get take both orders to go? orr do you have to eat in?
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I miss the Pizzas that olive garden used to sell, it was the only thing I liked. Now the only reason to go there would be if gift cards were on my lap or if I just wasn't in the mood for anywhere else on date night.

waiting for Olive Garden to go under to be honest, over the years it's just not kept up.
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eat all the breadsticks and soup/salad you can while your there, take 2 meals home!
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