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They're back: Girl Scouts cookie sales begin Monday. Here's how you can get them

Evansville Courier & Press 12/1/2022 Rayonna Burton-Jernigan, Evansville Courier & Press
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EVANSVILLE – With fewer than 25 days until Christmas, the second-best time of the season is kicking off: Girl Scout Cookie Season.

Cases of Girl Scout cookies await pickup at Belmont Moving Monday morning, Feb. 7, 2021. © DENNY SIMMONS / COURIER & PRESS Cases of Girl Scout cookies await pickup at Belmont Moving Monday morning, Feb. 7, 2021.

The Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana will start selling cookies on Monday.

How do I get Girl Scout cookies this year?

There are a few primary ways to get cookies this year. Girls will be taking traditional, in-person orders for delivery that will start the week of Feb. 6, but there will also be online orders that ship directly to your home.

Online orders ship from the baker, so you don't have to wait until February to eat your favorite cookies. In-person Cookie Booth sales start the week of Feb. 6.

What Girl Scout cookies are available this year?

Cookies available this season include Thin Mints, Adventurefuls, Toast-Yay!, Lemonades, Trefoils, Peanut Butter Patties, Caramel deLites, Peanut Butter Sandwich and Gluten Free Caramel Chocolate Chip.

A new cookie is joining the line-up this year: Raspberry Rally. A sister cookie to the Thin Mint, it's a thin, crispy cookie infused with raspberry flavor and dipped in the same chocolate coating.

Both the Gluten Free Caramel Chocolate Chip and Raspberry Rally are only available through a Girl Scout or online.

How much do Girl Scout cookies cost?

All cookies are $5 expect for the Gluten Free Caramel Chocolate Chip, which is $6. You are able to pay with cash, debit cards, and credit cards.

If you do not know a Girl Scout, visit girlscouts-gssi.org or call the GSSI office at 812-421-4970.

The cookie program ends on March 6, 2023. All proceeds from the program benefit local girl scouts and troops.

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