Bring ’em on young lady!
Love those cookies!
Even at those prices?
To buy or not to buy was the topic of a Culinary no-no last year. Take a look.
And these are comments from social media this weekend.
Too expensive considering that Keebler and Oreo both have girl scout cookie flavors now.
Most anything you buy for a cause has high markup and only a small % goes to the organization. If you don’t want to pay, then don’t. 🙂
I just donate 2 bucks and tell them to keep the over priced cookies ! Win-win proposition for the Scouts !
Consider it is a donation to the Girl Scouts and a box of cookie as a thank you. People spend $7 for a coffee or cigarettes. Get a grip and support a good cause
Our troop actually donates boxes to US military. Spends $$ to send cookies to soldiers. Fyi.
Last year I was stopping everywhere in my area to find a certain cookie. Finally a scout told me my area is divided into 3 sections and each section uses a different supplier so the cookies I wanted were in a neighboring state and not mine.
I thought the price was getting too high for where the money actually goes……until meeting boy scout popcorn prices.
Sorry , there just not worth it. Give money straight to the troop. The cookies are just not as good as they once were.
I can’t resist those Samoas! As to pricing? I just paid $40. for 2 (jumbo?) bags (about the size of 4 that you can but at the grocery) of popcorn. This was from my 9-year-old grandson, the Cub Scout! The same would have cost well under $10. at my supermarket and wasn’t anything special. People need to understand this is really a “donation!”
I’ll try again this year but if I eat 6 boxes of them “THIN” mints again and don’t lose any weight I’m suing!!!😋😂😂😂
I would much rather hand the cash directly to the girl scout group so they could use it for camping trips, and other wholesome activities.
$7.50 by the Walmart near me last year
Buy the damn cookies. These little girls are working their butts off to sell these.
A new Culinary comes your way next Sunday.