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Finding Cheap Flights & Traveling on a Budget with Kendyl Grender Part 1

Episode 36 ·
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Andrew starts this episode by talking about birds in airport terminals. The main segment for this episode is the first part of a conversation with Kendyl Grender, a budget traveler and creator of Kendyl Travels.

  • Have you ever seen a bird flying around the interior of an airport terminal? Learn about why this is fairly common and what airports do about it.

  • Andrew talks with Kendyl Grender, a budget traveler and travel hacker who has saved tens of thousands of dollars in travel over the years. In this episode, they talk about finding cheap fares, tools and resources for finding and booking flights, and much more.

  • Should you book with points or cash for a particular flight? What does it mean to use a positioning flight? Kendyl talks about all this and much more in this episode. Learn more in this episode.

Kendyl Grender is a full-time travel blogger, travel hacker and content creator. She has saved tens of thousands of dollars on travel over the years and spent a month in Europe last year for a third of what it should have cost. She offers tons of resources to help travelers save money, from guides to coaching sessions. Kendyl recently launched Stacking Academy, a course focused on helping you use stacking to make sure you don’t miss out on earning points and miles. You can find Kendyl on Instagram and at

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Kendyl Grender is a travel blogger and content creator. In 2022, she quit her job and spent 31 nights in Europe with her husband for only $4000. She’s travelled to over 20 countries around the world and saved over $22,000 on travel in 2022 alone. She is behind the very successful Instagram account @kendyltravels and offers services and resources to help people save on their travels.

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