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For Cookie Sellers

Girl Scouts: Read the Family Cookie Guide in English or SpanishWatch Gabi unbox some of the 2018 cookie rewards!

San Diegans in the spotlight: Our council’s G.I.R.L.s (go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders) are so awesome that our baker featured them in its 2018 marketing campaign! Our Girl Scouts were on order cards, websites, and sales materials nationwide.

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, a community project, or your first overnight trip with your troop, you know how many boxes you need to sell to make it happen. To get started selling cookies, complete the online interest form.

2018 Top 100 Girls
  • 1: Christina B. (T6127): 4,530 boxes
    2: Layla L. (T5928): 3,145 boxes
    3: Catherine C. (T3630): 3,124 boxes
    4: Brooklynn J. (T67893): 3,124 boxes
    5: Kyla A. (T6208): 3,100 boxes
    6: Elizabeth J. (T3658): 3,250 boxes
    7: Makayla M. (T6021): 2,555 boxes
    8: Erin B. (T4491): 2,465 boxes
    9: Dorothy S. (T1133): 2,355 boxes
    10: Sofia R. (T4487): 2,250 boxes
    11: Liberty M. (T3102): 2,242 boxes
    12: Neena A. (T6923): 2,206 boxes
    13: Leah E. (T4647): 2,194 boxes
    14: Kellie D. (T4057): 2,181 boxes
    15: Marian B. (T62991): 2,170 boxes
    16: Evie C. (T4491): 2,150 boxes
    17: Laura L. (T3866): 2,143 boxes
    18: Keely T. (T67892): 2,136 boxes
    19: Karen Jean D. (T6743): 2,136 boxes
    20: Isabel J. (T1890): 2,135 boxes
    21: Mckensi G. (T5081): 2,119 boxes
    22: Grace M. (T4336): 2,116 boxes
    23: Karley C. (T4573): 2,110 boxes
    24: Eva Z. (T4336): 2,105 boxes
    25: Taylor H. (T4261): 2,091 boxes
    26: Charlotte L. (T3637): 2,091 boxes
    27: Zoey R. (T1814): 2,086 boxes
    28: Aubrin P. (T7000): 2,081 boxes
    29: Sophia A. (T3879): 2,075 boxes
    30: Samantha C. (T4354): 2,058 boxes
    31: Mia R. (T1940): 2,054 boxes
    32: Leah H. (T5064): 2,048 boxes
    33: Piper E. (T1778): 2,045 boxes
    34: Teagan N. (T2094): 2,035 boxes
    35: Alyssa Q. (T1814): 2,033 boxes
    36: Amy W. (T3793): 2,030 boxes
    37: Sahara R. (T6105): 2,027 boxes
    38: Lauren S. (T5546): 2,018 boxes
    39: Lauren J. (T4136): 1,850 boxes
    40: Julia Gale D. (T4284): 1,766 boxes
    41: Zoe G. (T4255): 1,720 boxes
    42: Kirstyn B. (T6641): 1,713 boxes
    43: Bianca C. (T7000): 1,712 boxes
    44: Bridget L. (T4258): 1,594 boxes
    45: Olivia S. (T1758): 1,523 boxes
    46: Kayla M. (T1328): 1,458 boxes
    47: Amanda N. (T6136): 1,453 boxes
    48: Laci H. (T6659): 1,435 boxes
    49: Kaelin B. (T4069): 1,416 boxes
    50: Gabriella B. (T4069): 1,406 boxes

  • 51: Samantha C. (T4069): 1,384 boxes
    52: Kaylee S. (T3030): 1,378 boxes
    53: Daniele B. (T2866): 1,363 boxes
    54: May H. (T69292): 1,349 boxes
    55: Sofia T. (T4258): 1,334 boxes
    56: Zoe A. (T1276): 1,332 boxes
    57: Charlotte R. (T6956): 1,332 boxes
    58: Abigail C. (T5099): 1,328 boxes
    59: Rylee C. (T4618): 1,327 boxes
    60: Kirena G. (T4252): 1,325 boxes
    61: Sofia B. (T1799): 1,319 boxes
    62: Ayla P. (T60091): 1,318 boxes
    63: Melissa R. (T6107): 1,318 boxes
    64: Lauren E. (T6092): 1,316 boxes
    65: Leinani M. (T3889): 1,315 boxes
    66: Vanessa O. (T3858): 1,311 boxes
    67: Elena C. (T8758): 1,308 boxes
    68: Westley V. (T4487): 1,307 boxes
    69: Sydney T. (T6136): 1,302 boxes
    70: Isolabella L. (T5871): 1,301 boxes
    71: Leah M. (T2918): 1,300 boxes
    72: Tabitha A. (T5274): 1,300 boxes
    73: Mia C. (T7000): 1,300 boxes
    74: Madalynn S. (T6190): 1,300 boxes
    75: Skylynn W. (T8780): 1,263 boxes
    76: Julia T. (T3808): 1,250 boxes
    77: Ginevra C. (T5861): 1,215 boxes
    78: Nora M. (T4336): 1,209 boxes
    79: Marlee M. (T2918): 1,199 boxes
    80: Aleena R. (T4618): 1,192 boxes
    81: Fallon S. (T6179): 1,189 boxes
    82: Francesca O. (T4069): 1,176 boxes
    83: Cassandra S. (T3150): 1,174 boxes
    84: Emma H. (T5160): 1,159 boxes
    85: Juliette C. (T6934): 1,158 boxes
    86: Emily L. (T5263): 1,145 boxes
    87: Phoebe M. (T3102): 1,143 boxes
    88: Saffron T. (T2305): 1,141 boxes
    89: Carolina H. (T2305): 1,138 boxes
    90: Gretchen B. (T1076): 1,132 boxes
    91: Alexa S. (T3915): 1,130 boxes
    92: Eva L. (T1095): 1,130 boxes
    93: Jenna H. (T6731): 1,126 boxes
    94: Alexandra P. (T3434): 1,126 boxes
    95: Ciara T. (T5248): 1,124 boxes
    96: Emily W. (T2305): 1,115 boxes
    97: Viviane K. (T5263): 1,114 boxes
    98: Dalia O. (T66591): 1,112 boxes
    99: Anika Z. (T1165): 1,110 boxes
    100: Jessica A. (T3822): 1,110 boxes

*Operation Thin MintSM boxes were used to break any box ties.

Key Sale Dates
  • December-January
    • Troop cookie managers (TCMs) train girls and parents/guardians
  • January - Service unit cookie kickoffs
  • Saturday, Jan. 13, 1-4 p.m.Digital Cookie Construction Day at Balboa Service Center
  • Saturday, Jan. 20, 9-12 p.m. – Digital Cookie Construction Day at North Coastal Service Center
  • Sunday, Jan. 21, 10-1 p.m.Digital Cookie Construction Day at Escondido Service Center
  • Saturday, Jan. 27 – Troop cookie pickup
  • Sunday, Jan. 28, 9 a.m. - Cookie program begins!
  • Friday, Feb. 9 - Booth sales begin
  • Friday, Feb. 23 – Sunday, Feb. 25 – National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend and Cookies on Tap
  • Sunday, March 11 - Cookie program ends
  • Friday, May 4, 6 p.m.Operation Thin Mint Sendoff
  • May/June – Rewards arrive
Forms and Resources

Sales Tools

Girl Resources

Parent/Guardian Resources

Little Brownie Bakers

Want to make this cookie season the best one yet? Check out some of the fun activities and materials for girls from our partners at Little Brownie Bakers.

Girl Scout Cookie Program Resources

Want to know about all the benefits of selling Girl Scout Cookies? Looking for a one-stop shop with the latest safety guidelines, information on earning the Girl Scout Cookie Activity pin, and tips for parents and volunteers working with Girl Scout Cookie Professionals? Visit Girl Scouts of the USA’s cookie and product activity page.

Cookie Captains and Cookie Rookies

Cookie Captains are Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors or Ambassadors who have participated in previous cookie programs and plan to participate in this year’s cookie program. They mentor Cookie Rookies, Daisy or Brownie troops participating in the cookie program for the first time.

Cookie Captains who complete the program requirements and turn in a final report by Friday, March 16 earn and receive an exclusive 2018 Cookie Captain patch. Cookie Rookies benefit from older girl mentorship and have fun with experienced sister Girl Scouts!

To participate as a Cookie Captain or Rookie in 2018, contact our Product Sales team.

Individually Registered Members (IRMs)

An IRM is a girl participating in Girl Scouts independent of a troop. Girls in troops may also participate in the cookie program as IRMs if their troop is not participating; it will not affect their membership status. IRMs must have a trained adult who is registered and background screened to oversee their participation. Get started by contacting your service unit cookie coordinator or complete interest form.

Mystery House Contest

Sunday, Jan. 28 - Sunday, March 11

The first Girl Scout selling cookies to stop by a Mystery House location will win a Mermaid Trinket Holder. There will be approximately one secret Mystery House per service unit.

  • Each winner will receive a certificate at the Mystery House. She may submit the certificate to Girl Scouts San Diego to claim her prize. The homeowner will notify the first Girl Scout visitor, so no need for the girls to inquire about it at each house they visit.

  • If a girl leaves a door hanger (page 20) with her first name and troop number at a residence that happens to be a Mystery House, the host will share the information with Girl Scouts San Diego so the winner may be identified.

Need help finding a Mystery House? Throughout the sale, Girl Scouts San Diego will provide clues on Facebook and Instagram about the Mystery House locations. It may also be helpful to consult this map that indicates which areas have the most Girl Scouts.

Cookie Pro Contest
 Girl Scouts of the USA’s Cookie Pro 2018 Contest

Are you a barrier breakin,’ challenge crushin,’ lead takin’ cookie entrepreneur? 

This cookie season, let’s show ‘em how the largest girl-led entrepreneurial program in the world prepares girls to lead, learn, succeed, and shine—not only for today but also for the future—by entering our national Girl Scouts of the USA’s Cookie Pro 2018 Contest from January 2 through April 30, 2018.


Grand Prize!
Six girls nationwide, one per Girl Scout grade level, will be named Girl Scouts of the USA’s top cookie pro for 2018 and get the epic chance to:

  • Be featured on the Girl Scout Cookie box!
  • Travel to New York City for an all-expenses-paid Cookie Entrepreneur Experience!

Limited-Edition Patch!
Every girl who enters the Cookie Pro 2018 Contest will unlock this awesome, limited-edition Cookie Pro 2018 patch. You must be an eligible Girl Scout Cookie seller from a participating council to take part.


Join the nationwide celebration by participating in GSUSA’s Cookie Pro 2018 ContestEnter here.

Digital Cookie Resources
Superpower your sale with the Digital Cookie Platform!

Four easy steps to get moving, and earn the Digital cookie patch by sending 12+ emails through the platform.  Add Digital Cookie patch image.

  1. Register
  2. Set up your site
  3. Invite customers
  4. Track your goal
Digital Cookie Construction Day!

Looking to up your cookie game this season? Join us for Digital Cookie Day where staff and volunteers will be at our service centers to help cookie volunteers, girls, and families set up their Digital Cookie platform. Learn how to register, set up your site, market to customers, and access all the games, videos and tools to help earn cookie badges. No reservations required just stop by during the following dates and times: 

Balboa Service Center
Date: Saturday, Jan. 13
Time: 1-4 p.m.
Room: Colonell & Favrot 

North Coastal Service Center
Date: Saturday, Jan. 20
Time: 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Escondido Program Center
Date: Sunday, Jan. 21
Time: 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Did you know that you're also part of a huge business, one that's run by girls just like you all over the country? Even cooler, being a Girl Scout Cookie Professional gives you skills essential for success both now and later: 

   Goal Setting

  Decision Making

   Money Management 

   People Skills

   Business Ethics 

Little Brownie Baker photoshoot

Check out photos from our Little Brownie Baker’s 2018 marketing campaign photoshoot.