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If you have the now-discontinued Citi Prestige card, Citi is going to let you use your annual travel credit on dining out (or in) and groceries for the third straight year, recognizing that although travel has started for many, many others are still staying local (especially those with high-risk health conditions or those with family members with these health conditions that keep them at high risk for any COVID infections).

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To qualify for the credit, the purchases at supermarkets and restaurants (including take out) must be made on their Citi Prestige Card between January 1 and December 31, 2022.

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The card is no longer available to new applicants. The Citi Premier still is, however.

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