Mmmmm, Girl Scout cookies. Who doesn’t love ‘em right?  Whether it’s scrapping the insides out of a Peanut Butter Sandwich or throwing a sleeve of Thin Mints in the freezer, everyone has their preferred eating method. I used to always wonder, “hey, which is the best selling Girl Scout cookie and by how much?” I always assumed it was Thin Mints, but now, thanks to the magical availability of information via the Internet, we can answer that questions.

The best selling Girl Scout cookies are:

  • 25% Thin Mints
  • 19% Samoas®/Caramel deLites®
  • 13% Peanut Butter Patties®/Tagalongs®
  • 11% Peanut Butter Sandwich/Do-si-dos®
  • 9% Shortbread/Trefoils

Yum. Oh, and other assorted other varieties combine to account for the remaining 23%.

Fortunately the Girl Scouts now supply this information right on their homepage!

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12 Responses

  1. Cory.Grassell@15miles.com'
    Cory Grassell

    Girl Scout cookies continue to amaze me. A phenomenon that resulted from simple door-to-door sales continues to be a relevant product on the market, even crossing over into other industries and partnerships such as Edy’s ice cream. Imagine the amazing marketing potential these products would possess if the Girl Scounts would ever sell these mainstream on the shelves of supermarkets. Or if the Girl Scouts would ever tap into digital media to boost sales…

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  2. lakishaskinner29@yahoo.com'
    Lakisha Skinner

    love the caramel delights, would love to see something like snickerdoodle. Why don’t they sell these twice a year

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  3. centralwork@ameritech.net'
    Valerie

    I freeze them to make them last longer, found out frozen tagalongs are the greatest, so much for them lasting longer…

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