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Cookie Sellers

When you sell Girl Scout Cookies, you're doing more than just helping your customers stock up on delicious treats (and having lots of fun). You're doing it with a goal in mind. Whether that goal is a pizza party, awesome rewards, a community project, or your first overnight trip with your troop, you know how many boxes you need to sell to make it happen.

Important Dates

  • January: Digital Cookie Days at local offices
  • January 12: Digital Cookie Begins
  • January 24: Initial Inventory Orders are submitted
  • February 8, 10-13: Pick up Initial Cookie Orders
  • February 14: Cookies-in-Hand and Booth Sales Begin
  • February 28-March 1: National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend
  • March 22: End of Cookie Program

Cookie Program Promotional Kit 
This Cookie Promotional Kit gives girls, troop leaders, and Cookie moms and dads, tools to highlight their businesses in creative ways, while also helping them meet their goals. Explore the kit and click on the links throughout to download graphics and templates to share on your social media pages!

Ways to Participate

  1. Take customer orders and record on Initial Phase or Goal-Getter order cards.
  2. Sell online through Digital Cookie. You can ship the cookies directly to the customer or deliver them in person.
    • Register: Keep an eye out for a registration email coming to you in late December.
    • Set Up Your Site: In just a few minutes, your family can set up her cookie sale goal, share her cookie story, and upload a fun picture or video to boost sales. When the site is ready to save, click review, then publish, and done!
    • Invite Customers: Manage her cookie customer list and easily send ready-to-use emails inviting people to support her sale. You can also promote her personalized cookie sale link on Facebook with friends and family.
    • Track Your Goals: See how close she is to reaching her goal by tracking the number of packages sold and orders placed; as well as sales by delivery type and cookie variety. You can even include offline sales to see her total progress – yum!
  3. Sell cookies directly to customers after February 14 when cookies arrive.
  4. Your troop can open Cookie Booths in the community and expand their customer base.
2020 National Convention Cookie Credit Program

Thousands of girls and those who support them will come together from around the world between October 23-25, 2020 to attend G.I.R.L. 2020 in Orlando, Florida! If you are one of those Girl Scouts, we have a wonderful cookie program fund raising opportunity for you.

Girls can earn Convention Credits to be used for the Orlando Girl Scout Convention!


  • Up to the 500 level, girls would not earn rewards –except the theme patch and troop tee.
  • Girls would earn $8 for every 50 packages sold in “convention credits” – for a total of $72.
  • At the 500 and above level, girls can choose program credit – and bank it towards their trip – however, this would be considered regular program credit.
  • Any age can bank convention credit – but only Juniors and above can bank program credit.
  • Convention credit cannot be exchanged for regular program credit – if a Girl Scout banks convention credit, then decides not to go, the credit will not be refunded back in the form of regular program credit.
  • Girls are eligible to participate in this program whether their troop opts out or not.

Click here to participatemust opt in no later than March 29, 2020.

Care to Share

Customers can purchase cookies to donate to men and women serving in the military through a council-sponsored program called Care to Share. Cookies purchased go directly to Soldier’s Angels and Riverbend Troop Support; military support organizations that send care packages.

care to share


Girls who sell 12 or more packages earn the Care to Share patch.

Inflatable Ottoman

If a girl sells 24 or more packages, she will earn the patch and an inflatable ottoman.

Cookie Captains

Earn Additional Cookie Credit!
Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors have the opportunity to become Cookie Captains and earn additional program credits! Because the largest girl-led business in the world is a major part of Girl Scouts and greatly benefits our council, we want to provide older girls an opportunity to share their expertise with younger girls.

There are optional activities for girls to complete to earn credits, but all girls must complete the online training to earn an initial $5 in program credit and train a Cookie Rookie Troop to earn another $5 in program credit. All Cookie Captains will need to complete a final report as well. Below is a list of other activities to earn additional credits.

  • Help at a Cookie Rally = $5
  • Help half of the girls in a troop setup Digital Cookie accounts = $5
  • Help a troop achieve a PGA (Per Girl Average) of 175 = $15

Cookie Captains must complete their final report by Friday, April 17, 2020. Reports can be mailed to 317 7th Avenue SE, Suite 201, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2401 or emailed to

Cookie Pro

This cookie season girls have the chance to with the Cookie Entrepreneur Experience Featuring the DC Super Hero Girls, plus an all-expenses-paid trip to sunny California for incredible behind-the-scenes VIP adventures at Warner Bros. Studio!

All registered Girl Scout cookie sellers from participating councils can enter. Girls enter by creating their own unique cookie graphic novel and submitting it along with a photo and questionaire between January 2 and April 30. Check out for more details.

Want to get girls you know hyped up about being a Cookie Pro? Check out our Social Media Messaging and the Social Cover Image Toolkit for examples and links.



Unlock this awesome, limited-edition
Cookie Pro 2019 patch!


Rewards in the line-up are cumulative. Girls will earn all rewards up to the level that they sell. You can see pictures of the reward line-up on the order card.

500 Club
Girls selling 500+ packages will become a member of the elite 500 Club! Girls earn a special bar segment and certificate in celebration of their success!

Program Credit
Program Credit is an individual girl reward. It can be used to pay for camp, council-sponsored and Service Unit events, uniforms, pins, awards, and merchandise at the Girl Scout shops or camp trading posts. Girls will earn Program Credit at the 100, 140, 175, 225, 300, and 400 levels. Girls will also have the option to choose extra Program Credit instead of a reward at each level at and above 500 packages sold.

Disney Trip
Girls who sell 2,500+ packages will earn a trip to Disney World for themselves and a chaperone! Their trip to the most magical place on earth will include two airline tickets to Orlando, four nights in a Disney World resort hotel, and four-single-day park passes. All trip details will be coordinated with a travel agent and must be booked in 2020. Possible travel blackout dates may apply. Trip includes five days/four nights at a select Disney On-Site Property Hotel, four-single-day passes, and transportation to and from Orlando Airport on the Disney Magical Express and while onsite.

Juliettes and Non-Troop Sellers

The Juliette program allows girls to register individually for Girl Scouts, mixing and matching different activities to meet their needs and interests. Juliettes can participate in the Cookie Program, learn business skills, and earn rewards! This includes girls who may be in a troop, but choosing to participate individually in the Cookie Program (if the troop is not participating).

To sell cookies if you are an Individually Registered Member or if your troop is not participating in the cookie sale please complete this form: