The organization launched a website called Digital Cookie 2.0, which will allow customers to use a code from a scout to purchase their Thin Mints, Tagalongs and more.
Previously, Girl Scout cookies would take a month or so to arrive. With online ordering, those puppies arrive in three to five business days.
The Huffington Post explained your options:
Per usual, each chapter begins cookie sales on a different date: Check online to see when your local chapter opens for business and if it offers the online service. If not, you can always purchase at a tantalizing walk-up booth.
Reactions online have been largely positive:
Girl Scout Cookies Will Be Sold Online This Year. Hooray! https://t.co/pNokuWnibT— Rosita Fressita (@PRJezz) December 17, 2015
Hoping social media can connect me with a Girl Scout who wants my money so I can have some cookies #priorities— Nicole Hopkinson (@nicoletonhops) December 17, 2015
It makes sense that Girl Scouts would expand the program. When the organization introduced online ordering last December, it sold a reported 2.5 million boxes—$10 million worth—of cookies.