Yes, You Can Order Girl Scout Cookies Online This Year—Here’s How

We'll take 10 boxes of Thin Mints. (It's for a good cause!)

It’s our favorite time of year: Girl Scout Cookie season! OK, it might not be a real season, but we always look forward to it. Since we’re still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, ordering and delivery will look a little different this year. Here’s what you need to know.

Think you can guess the most beloved Girl Scout cookie in America?

How to Order Girl Scout Cookies Right Now

From contact-free cookie booths to online ordering, the Girl Scouts are offering plenty of ways to ensure you’ll get your Thin Mints fix (or try out the newest cookies, Toast-Yays and Adventurefuls). Here are your options:

  • Reach out to your favorite Girl Scout. Troops everywhere are running virtual and contact-free cookie sales events. You can pick up boxes face-to-face or sign up for delivery when you order.
  • Order online. If you don’t know a Girl Scout, you can visit the Girl Scouts website, text COOKIES to 59618, or download the Girl Scout Cookie Finder app to get hooked up.

Have you noticed that some troops sell Samoas and others sell Caramel deLites? This is why Girl Scout Cookies have different names.

How Donate a Box to Local Causes

You can also donate to a charitable organization chosen by your Girl Scout troop. Check out the Girl Scout Cookie Finder app for details.

Whether you decide to purchase cookies for yourself or donate to those working on the front lines, your purchase will allow Girl Scouts to continue to perform their mission. We love to buy cookies for a good cause!

If you don’t make it to the sale, you can always try Aldi’s cookie copycats or make your own Girl Scout Cookie copycats all year round.

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Ellie Martin Cliffe
Ellie has spent almost 20 years writing and editing food and lifestyle content for several well-known publishers. As Taste of Home's content director, she leads the team of editors sharing tasty recipes, cooking tips and entertaining ideas. Since joining Taste of Home 13 years ago, she has held roles in digital and print, editing cookbooks, curating special interest publications, running magazines, starring in cooking and cleaning videos, working with the Community Cooks and even handing out cookies and cocoa at local holiday events. Gluten- and dairy-free since 2017, she’s a staff go-to on allergy-friendly foods that actually taste good. If she's not in her plant-filled office, find Ellie in her family’s urban veggie garden, in the kitchen trying new GF/DF recipes or at a local hockey rink, cheering on her spouse or third grader.