Ready for cookies? There are several ways to satisfy your Girl Scout Cookie craving.
- Find a cookie booth. Check out our calendar for upcoming local cookie booths.
- Find a local troop. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll put you in touch with a local troop.
- Order cookies online. Do you know a Girl Scout? Ask her if you can buy your cookies from her online site using the Digital Cookie® platform, now in its fifth record-breaking year!
Troops earn $0.90 for each box of cookies sold. Girls also earn patches, clothes, and other fun items.
Selling Cookies with your Troop
Email email@example.com if you have questions or need help!
The basic steps to have a successful cookie selling season are:
First, each Troop Cookie Coordinator should fill out and return a volunteer agreement and troop bank account forms. You will receive an email with your SNAP (the ordering and management database) username and password. A bank account form must be completed annually for each product sales season; if the troop filled one out for the Fall Product Program they do not need to complete it again.
Then, work with your troop to set goals, organize booths, and sell cookies individually and together and then order the cookies you need on SNAP and pick them up at a cookie cupboard. You don’t want to get more cookies than you need. You can communicate with other troop leaders to finish out orders by trading partial cases.
Finally, publish your booth sale plans to Shutterfly to coordinate with other troops and to let the Service Unit know. We will publish upcoming booth sales to on social media and on our web site.
GSEMA offers troops Council Organized Booth Sales (COBS) during the cookie selling season. COBS at venues including MBTA stations, malls, local businesses, etc. Due to their popularity, COBS are available by lottery. Girls can sell hundreds of boxes of cookies in just a few hours and are inside and warm.