On Wednesday, Jan. 3, the beloved cookies went back on sale, and just in time for anyone who already ran out of their Christmas cookies (like me). According to USA Today, cookie season lasts from January to April, so you’ve got some time to stock up. And if you order now and finish them quickly (we’ve all been there), you’ll still have time to order more.
If you don’t know where or how to get your hands on Girl Scout cookies, there are a number of ways to do it — and they’re all pretty simple. First of all, they’re listed on the Girl Scouts website. However, the easiest way is probably to purchase from your local Girl Scouts, whether they’re at a booth or selling them door-to-door. You’re likely to see Girl Scouts selling cookies outside a local grocery store or other business during cookie season, or you can check around your office and see whose kids have the goods.
If you know a Scout but would prefer to buy online, you can visit their Digital Cookie page. Let them know that you’re interested in buying online, and they’ll take you through the steps for this process. This option is still relatively new, so it’s unfortunately not available in every market. If you’re unsure whether or not Digital Cookie is available in your area, just ask your Scout.
If you don’t know any Girl Scouts, you can visit the Girl Scouts’ cookie website and type in your zip code to find cookie sales in your area. You can also download the Girl Scouts app on iOS or Android and press “Find Cookies Now!” (This is honestly my perpetual mood.) The app will help you find the cookie booth closest to you, as well as the time, date, and location of the sale. You can also access the complete listing of Girl Scout Cookies available across the United States and Puerto Rico.