Got a hankering for a Thin Mint? Jonesing for a Samoa? Don't worry if you don't have $3.50 in cash to buy a box of Girl Scout cookies or a tub of golden delicious Boy Scout popcorn.
Now the little badge-seeking cherub outside your supermarket takes plastic.
Some Girl Scout and Boy Scout troops located in the New York City area, as well as in Atlanta, Chicago, Ohio and other regions, have portable hand-held card readers so you can swipe your plastic and satisfy your urge for caramel corn or cookies.