Girl Scout cookie season is a big deal in Texas. We all wait for it every year but this year it may cost you a little bit more than normal.


On Sept. 28, CNN reported that Girl Scout Cookie prices are on the rise this coming season, which takes place across the country from January through April.

“In order to combat rising production and material costs, GSHH will be increasing the price of all cookie packages to $6.00,” the chapter’s interim CEO wrote in the email, adding that they expect neighboring councils to “announce similar increases in the coming weeks and months.”

Not all chapters have announced higher prices but they keep coming in that more and more are.

“The decision to raise the price of Girl Scout cookies is based on the costs associated with food production, labor, and transportation,” spokeswoman Stacy Wilbur said in a statement to WBZ-TV. This was the first price hike for the cookies in the area since 2015.

According to, a Girl Scouts of the USA spokesperson confirmed to that prices may indeed increase for some chapters across the country.

I reached out to the Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains and they said they will also be raising their prices by $1. Meaning all the cookies will be $6 except the gluten-free which will now be $7.

Raspberry Rally will also not be returning for the upcoming season.

How much a box of Girl Scout cookies costs throughout the years

Spring is the time of year we see Girl Scouts out hustling hard to sell their scrumptious cookies. We all know that the price of a box has gone up, but do you know how much the price has increased? Thanks to, we now know.

Gallery Credit: Jessica On The Radio

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