Disney World Lines from TouringPlans.com

Disney World Lines from TouringPlans.com

By TouringPlans.com

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2011-01-06
  • Current Version: 1.9.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 1.03 MB
  • Developer: TouringPlans.com
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,189 Ratings

Description

LINES will help you save time and money during your Walt Disney World trip. We created Lines to help figure out where to go and what to do during your Disney vacation. No other app – even Disney’s official app – gives you as much unbiased advice about the Disney parks. LINES features include: - Advice on which parks to visit and avoid for next 10 days. - A CROWD CALENDAR showing you how busy each park will be over the next ten days. - Customized step-by-step TOURING PLANS for each Disney park. You tell Lines which rides you want to see, and Lines will display a step-by-step itinerary showing when to see them to avoid long lines. Lines can even update your plan while you’re walking around the park! It’s like having a GPS for Disney World. - When you’re in the park, Lines will display Disney’s currently posted wait time at every attraction and how long you’ll REALLY wait in line, based on our experience and that of thousands of families on the same ride. Only Lines gives you this “actual wait” estimate. - Disney’s official app doesn’t show you the waits for many attractions or character greetings. Lines has wait times for more rides, shows and character greetings than even Disney’s own app. - Only Lines will predict the wait times and FASTPASS times for the rest of the day. This is incredibly useful if you’re trying to plan your afternoon and evening, if you want to know whether FASTPASSes will be available at Splash Mountain after your nap, or if trying to decide which park to go to after dinner. - Complete schedules for each park, including opening and closing times, parades, fireworks, shows and character greetings. - Accurate MENUS and PRICES for every restaurant, kiosk, food stand and cart across all of WDW – more than 12,000 things to eat! Every menu is searchable – you can find every steak in Epcot or around Walt Disney World! - LINES will show you exactly which things in each restaurant and store count as a snack in the Disney Dining Plan. Our Disney trip planning tools have been featured in USA Today, the New York Times, FOX News and dozens of other newspapers, magazines, television and radio shows. Since 1986, we’ve helped more than 3 million families plan their Walt Disney World vacations. Note: Some LINES features, such as the crowd calendar and wait times, require an in-app subscription purchase to access. Other LINES features, such as customized touring plans, menus and chat forums, are completely free. Your in-app subscription includes 365 days of access to TouringPlans.com, the Web’s most popular subscription-based site for Disney trip planning.

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Reviews

  • Sounds good in theory. Doesn't work.

    2
    By Reviewertn
    The app was rarely accurate. We chose lines based on the app's projected wait time rather than the park's, and almost always the wait time was longer than the app's projection. As an example, big thunder posted a 45 minute wait. The app said more like 34 minutes. We waited almost an hour in line. The app updated twice while we were in line, the first time after we had been in line 20 minutes and the second time after we had been in line 40 minutes. Doesn't really do ya much good...
  • Amazing

    5
    By stephnachia
    This app is amazing and will save you so much time!
  • Simply the gold standard

    5
    By Chairaco
    An amazing app. Stunningly accurate and helpful. It’s especially helpful on days at the park and you need to make changes because a ride has shut down or you need to schedule something new.
  • Accurate!!

    5
    By Reeves256
    We much prefer this app to the actual Disney app. The accuracy and ease of use while at the parks makes it a winner for us!
  • Great Way To Plan

    5
    By BayouJedi
    Easy to use and a great way to plan your WDW trip. It’s a must have with today’s current crowds at WDW. Will continue to use for the foreseeable future.
  • Community is awesome

    4
    By Déprimé
    I love how friendly and helpful everyone in the community is. It makes me feel reassured when it comes to my touring plans. Although I’m still a novice, I hope this app makes it easier for my first WDW trip alone with my bf.
  • Park plan

    5
    By texas takes
    Worked well last year. Will be using this app for our trip again in June. Look at my you tube channel, Texas takes to see how it works out this year.
  • Okay but not great

    3
    By Clutter free wannabe
    Knowing from prior experience how overwhelming planning a Disney trip is, I originally wanted to work with a Disney travel agent for our first trip with our 1yo and his 3yo friend, but alas we were too late in calling the agents (3 months). So I have spent days going through online sites and various apps. I bought the premium plan for this app. Overall I think the app is okay. The plans are doable. My biggest issue is that the user interface is not very friendly. Also it would be nice to have a one stop shop including food options, tour options, and special events like the flower and garden festival. I haven’t found my one stop shop app or website, I ended up manually making our plan using Apple numbers. I used a number of books including Birnbaum’s guide and the 2018 Walt Disney World Dining guide. I have tables for all of our travel reservations and a table for each day at the park. I might enter them into touring plan app just to create a map.
  • Great app

    5
    By Gveitengruber
    I love this app! It was great 6 years ago when we came as solo adults. It is even better with a 5 year old and 2 yr old. More accurate with wait times than the WDW app.
  • Way off on wait times

    1
    By NicknameChoiceNeedsReform
    We went to Magic Kingdom on consecutive days that were both predicted to be 10 out of 10 crowd level days. Made touring plans that started at park opening at 8am, through about lunch time. Wait times were consistently much higher in reality than were predicted. We got through maybe a quarter of what we had planned. The Disney posted wait times were if anything more accurate than the touring plans real time data. The suggestions were really poor as well. Following the optimized plan, we wasted precious time early in the morning on attractions that never reached stratospheric wait times. For example, the optimized plan has us visit tinker bell in the town square first thing, but the wait for that later in the morning wasn’t as great as the wait for the attractions we were supposed to visit late morning. The second day I completely ditched the touring plan and we got a lot more done in the first 2 hours before the parks got really busy.

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