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Girl Scout cookie season starts in January and usually ends around April, although some Girl Scout troops also sell them in September. Since the pandemic started last year, the Girl Scouts of America has made it easier to order its popular seasonal cookies online. For health and safety reasons, many personal sales across the country have been halted or changed to allow for social distance.
Pre-pandemic, Girl Scouts allowed customers to purchase online through the, where individual Boy Scouts had their own order-taking websites. The only catch was having to be invited by the scout to order directly from the scout.
The current program allows anyone to go to the Girls Scouts website and enter their zip code. From there, the site will let buyers know which local troops are closest to them and how long they have left to order.
Even if you live in a different state from the one listed in your zip code search, you can still order cookies online in any of the other states listed. Different shipping costs may apply.
People can also donate unopened boxes of cookies online and the Girl Scouts organization will safely distribute them to provide assistance to first responders and first-line volunteers.
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