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  • On Mar 19, 2011
    Peggy from MS Asked

    Is there a website you can go to and look at crowd calendars that doesn't cost $10.00 to view the calenders? Is there a free website that allows you to see the corwd calendars? The link I have seen given here I click on and it asks for payment.

    Hi Peggy,

    The Crowd Calendar information you're encountering is from touringplans.com. Yes, they do charge a small fee for their service. And, in my opinion, the information they provide is well worth it. The touringplans.com team are true professionals. They have scientists, statisticians, and analysts on staff. They sift through historical data, collect current data in the parks daily, and look at things like park schedules, special events, and school vacation schedules throughout the country. And then they turn all that information into accurate predictions about crowd levels at each Disney park on every day of the year, which can be invaluable in helping you make choices that maximize your park enjoyment.

    Touringplans.com also provides meticulously researched and tested touring plans which tell you exactly the order in which to visit the attractions to minimize your waiting time. There are touring plan versions for virtually every demographic from parents of toddlers to senior citizens.

    For all you get, I think the small fee is a great value - and to answer your question, there is no comparable competing service. If you want the information, that's the place to get it.

    You should be aware that there are some price discounts available. For example, if you have the current Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World (or can borrow one from your local library) you can knock a few bucks off the price. Also, there is about one month of data available free on touringplans.com.

    Good luck with your planning.

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Meet the Panelist: Erin, New York

I have three teenage daughters. We're DVC members obsessed with Disney travel. We've been to Walt Disney World countless times and have visited Disneyland & Disneyland Paris. We've taken several Adventures by Disney and Disney Cruise trips. Learn More About Erin

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