Don’t fear: Girl Scout cookie prices to remain the same in Oklahoma

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OKLAHOMA CITY – It is likely one of your favorite times of the year.

In some households, Girl Scout cookie season is celebrated.

From Thin mints to Tagalongs, the delicious treats are almost irresistible.

Now, Oklahomans have one more thing to celebrate when the ‘season’ rolls around.

According to Forbes, the prices of Girl Scout cookies are increasing across the country by 25 percent.

However, the Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma say prices are not increasing in the Sooner State.

“The price of a box of cookies is determined individually by each council,” said Melissa Walton, product sales manager at the organization. “Our council has no immediate plans for a price increase.”

Girl Scout cookies will go on sale on Feb. 6, 2016.

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