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    Default Tour Planning (Free and Paid)

    I searched the forum to see if this has been handled before, but I couldn't find anything. So I apologize in advance if it has been covered already.

    Has anyone used any sort of park planning software or tour planning sites for the WDW parks? We will be going to WDW for our second time this May. And I have to admit that the last time we were at WDW, our son was too tiny, so we spent most of the time in shops and first aid centers watching videos just for the air conditioning.

    We're not the rush, rush, rush type of family, but I do want to make effective use of FastPasses.

    Has anyone found a site or software that was useful?
    Home resort: Aulani, Copper Creek

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    There are Planning apps for your points: http://dvcnews.com/index.php/other-r...r-copper-creek

    Touring Plans is a good sight to plan your trip, but they have a fee.

    I haven't used an app other than My Disney Experience where you can book your FP+, reminders about Fireworks and other Disney events at the park or resort, plus you can add your reservations for room and dining and your tickets. I really like My Disney Experience.
    --Denise

    Scheduled upcoming Disney trips:

    11/27-12/14/18 AKV Kidani Village
    2/19-2/22/19 - Bay Lake Tower
    3/10-3/14/19 - AKV Jambo House


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    Thanks Denise. I have the My Disney Experience app and love it as well. Especially for reviewing all the dining reservations!
    Home resort: Aulani, Copper Creek

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    I like Touring Plans. They have "plans" already made for touring each park, if you have kids, if you have older kids, etc. I also use allears.net to see menus and prices for restaurants.
    Happy planning!

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    After 20+ years of DVC ownership, our planning goes like this:

    Show up.

    No alarm clocks.

    No bed times.

    No TV (accept for a Park Channel)

    It's always Rum-O-Clock or Beer:30

    Nothing has calories.

    No looking at the Stock Market.

    Plans are meant to be broken.

    There is always "Next Trip...."

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