Get Your Munchie Girl Scout Cookie Fix at TruMed Dispensary Today and Tomorrow

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Girl Scout Danielle Lei has been making headlines for her savvy business decision to sell Girl Scout cookies outside of a medical marijuana dispensary in San Francisco. According to Time, Lei sold 117 boxes of Dulce de Leches and Tagalong cookies in just two hours last weekend. That's 37 more than she sold in two hours outside a Safeway the next day.

But Lei's not the only smart cookie out there. You'll be able to find Phoenix girl scouts at a local medical marijuana dispensary selling cookies both today and tomorrow.

See also: 6 Ways to Pair Girl Scout Cookies with Metro Phoenix Craft Beer

Girl Scouts will be selling cookie at TruMed Dispensary in Phoenix today and tomorrow. You'll find the dispensary on 40th street just north of McDowell. They'll be selling cookies from 4 to 7 p.m. today, Friday, February 21, and from 3 to 6 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday, February 22.

Pro-tip: Once you've got your cookies, be sure to make it a real party by also consulting our handy guide to pairing Girl Scout cookies with local craft beers.

And if swinging by the dispensary doesn't make your list of Saturday errands, you can also consult the Girl Scout Cookie locator app for more locations where you can buy cookies.

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