Touring Plan “Cheat Sheets” Recently Updated

by on September 1, 2011 5 Comments

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Note: 16 December, 2012 – This feature has been replaced by our computer optimized touring plans. You may now see current and predicted wait times at all attractions for any day through Lines and on our web site.

You know those days on your vacation when your group gets murderous looks at the mention of “touring plan?” Or when you just want to spend a few hours at a park? Well, that is what our cheat sheets are for. Cheat sheets are a visual representation of the best and worst times to visit a park’s attractions. You want to walk into the Magic Kingdom in the holiday rush at noon? We’ll give you a list of the attractions where you should encounter the shortest waits, which you should avoid, and which you should try to grab a FASTPASS for.

We have just updated the cheat sheets with our latest information.
Changes include:
Magic Kingdom

  • Removed FASTPASS recommendation for Stitch.

Epcot

  • Added more operating hours for Sum of All Thrills.
  • Changed Nemo to green from not recommended excepted for noon to 4:00 on peak days.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Animal Kingdom

Cheat sheets are a benefit of a premium subscription to touringplans.com. Join now for this plus Lines, the Crowd Calendar, and our scientifically proven touring plans.

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Posted on September 1, 2011

5 Responses to “Touring Plan “Cheat Sheets” Recently Updated”

  • Cheat sheets?!? How cool is that! How about some cheat sheets for DLR? 🙂

  • I would love to see the cheat sheets accessible from Lines….
    though i guess i can log into TP on the browser.

  • Hello, I’m a premium subscriber but I can’t find the links to the cheat sheet, can someone give the link order to find out the “cheat sheets” please??

  • I’m also a premium subscriber and cannot find a link to the cheat sheets. Do you make them anymore? I used them 2 years ago. Thanks.

  • by Laurel Stewart on December 18, 2012, at 10:42 am EST

    This functionality is now covered with optimized touring plans and the wait times posted on our site and in Lines.