Worried about getting your Thin Mint or Tagalong fix? Or need to get your hands on the NEW Girl Scout Adventureful cookie? The Girl Scouts have you covered. While you can pre-order now, Girl Scout cookies will be available in Colorado on February 6. As with everything else, there will be some changes for safety reasons.
Girls are expanding their sales methods to include online ordering and digital sales, drive-thru cookie booths, contact-free deliveries, direct shipped delivery (for an additional fee), and even pickups in some instances.
The sweetest change for the Colorado 2022 season is the new Adventureful cookie. The Adventureful is an indulgent, brownie-inspired cookie with caramel-flavored creme and a hint of sea salt.
2022 Girl Scout cookies & prices per box
Adventurefuls — $5 (NEW)
Lemon-Ups — $5
Trefoils — $5
Dos-si-Dos — $5
Samoas — $5
Tagalongs — $5
Thin Mints — $5
S’mores — $6
Toffee-Tastic (Gluten-free) — $6
Note: Prices have increased this year. Girl Scouts of Colorado was one of the last councils to increase prices, something that hasn’t happened for 8 years.
If you are ready to buy cookies, you have a number of options.
If you know a registered Girl Scout, reach out to her to find out how she’s selling cookies and if she’s accepting pre-orders. You can also visit GirlScoutCookies.org to find a Scout in your area. Though cookies won’t be available until February 6, you can place your order now.
We don’t play favorites, but if you do not know a Girl Scout, check out Delaney Mac’s fully-custom cookie site, which she has designed over the past three years.
Her parents are both long-time MHOTC readers and she is one of the top sellers in the state. You can pre-order cookies from her for local FREE Porch Pixie delivery.
No matter from whom you order cookies, here’s how it works: You can place a pre-order with Delaney or your local Girl Scout online. Select “Girl Delivered” and pay for your order at that time. Then, your Scout will contact you to arrange delivery when cookies become available.
Girl Scouts will be offering a few different ways to get your cookies: local location in-person meet up, Porch Pixie Delivery (COVID contact-free delivery — Delaney’s favorite) and cookie pick-up for Scouts you know personally.
You can pay a variety of ways. Cards are required for pre-orders placed through the Scout websites. Delaney is also accepting pre-orders through her website that will allow for folks to pay with cash, card, or even Venmo at the time of Porch Pixie Delivery.
Coloradans should plan to see Cookie Booths outside grocery stores and big box retailers starting mid-February.
Beginning February 18, enter your zip code into the Girl Scout Cookie Finder to find a booth near you.
Visit the Girl Scouts Colorado website starting February 6 to purchase cookies from a local troop for direct shipment (extra fee) to your home.
If you want to support your local troop, but you’re trying to ration your sugar intake, you can donate cookie boxes to local nonprofits or the military.