For a limited time only, Olive Garden is offering Buy One Meal, Take One Meal. There is no coupon necessary. Here are the participating “buy one” meals, starting from $12.99: If you dine in, you get unlimited soup, salad and breadsticks. However Olive Garden’s “buy one, take one” deal, where you buy one entree for dine-in and get another entree to take home for free, returns for a limited time at participating locations. The prices for the entrees covered by the offer start at $12.99 (may vary (The sit-down entrée includes unlimited soup or salad and breadsticks; they can be added to the take-out meal for an additional fee.) That’s tied with our March mention as the best buy one, get one free discount we’ve seen from Olive Garden in the past year. called Buy One, Take One. Starting at just $12.99 you can choose from one of seven entrées at the Olive Garden restaurant and take home another meal. So you can enjoy a delicious meal at home and enjoy a second one at home the next night. I’m thinking executive vice president of marketing for Olive Garden. “Whether you’re dining with us in our restaurant, or enjoying your second meal at home, Buy One, Take One makes it easy for families to spend quality time together.” Guests can select one of Buy one entree at Olive Garden and get a second to take home Five cheese Ziti al Forno and Spaghetti With Meat Sauce. The restaurant meal includes all-you-can-eat breadsticks, soup and salad. The take-home entree does not, but you can add it for .
Garden brings back Buy On, Take One promotion for a limited time only. Now through Sunday, May 5, guests at Olive Garden can order one meal including entrée with unlimited soup or salad and breadsticks while at the restaurant and get a second entree Order a meal off Olive Garden’s special Buy One, Take One menu for $12.99 and choose another to-go. The promotion is valid through Nov. 24. Entrees include Mezzaluna Ravioli with Five Cheese Marinara, Smoke Mozzarella Chicken and Fettuccini Alfredo www.olivegarden.com/Menu/Speci I’ve gotten a dish or dessert (oh yeah!) to take home from restaurants many times but I can’t figure out why this particular promotion seems weird to me. (Not to say I wouldn’t take advantage of it, mind you.) .