Morning News introduces online couponing

Now you can get your coupons in a click––no clipping required. The Morning News recently launched Grocery Dough, an online savings program available to annual subscribers.
The Morning News is the first newspaper in Idaho to offer the Grocery Dough program, which allows shoppers to select coupons online for a savings of $1,000 over the course of a year.
"One of the best parts is you get to choose the coupons you want and they are mailed directly to you––already clipped," said Joe Kimbro, circulation manager for the Morning News. "I know there are a bunch of people clipping coupons out there, and I think they are really going to love this program. There are huge savings."
"People are trying to save money where they can," said Morning News publisher Leonard Martin. "We recognize this is important to our readers and wanted to offer even more savings to our subscribers."
Grocery Dough is now available and is offered in addition to Smart Source and other inserts available in the Morning News.
To get started, annual subscribers are given a code and PIN for and can begin "clicking" coupons. For more information or to subscribe call the Morning News circulation department Monday-Friday from 8 a.m - 5 p.m. at 785-1100.