-Put your most expensive shows and rides near the entrance to get a higher attendance and more profit.
-Try building your attractions as close to each other as you can to make sure you will have enough space for all of the different rides and stands.
-Book indoor and outdoor shows once you can afford to and maximize their advertising.
-Start advertising with radio and television from the second day onward to increase the number of visitors as soon as possible. This is the only way to earn the required amount of money in the later fairs early enough to be successful.
-To greatly increase popularity, lower the entrance fee for all groups of ages to $1. However, do not do this until you have met the money goal.
Adjust the salary of all your workers to $1 at the beginning of each fair. Hire two of them because one may leave. When they demand a pay rise, deny it. Some will leave. You will get fined by the union for each leaving worker, but only one time. You can now hire as many workers as you want for only $1 per day, and none of them will demand a pay rise anymore.
Once the fair starts, get two mechanics, 75 energy, the biggest ride you can, the health care worker, a food stand (funnel cake is recommended), and a game with a prize of at least 50 or more than the ticket price (Water Gun recommended). Let your money build and get the next highest ride, even if you have to wait to get the money. Don't upgrade or get park advertising until you have over $2,000 consistently rolling in as you build. Keep the staff at 100% so you do not pay fines, get excess trash, or broken rides. Watch the energy level. Toss in food and game booths to keep the guests happy. If you have attractions that are not bringing any money in (usually those built later) advertise them for awhile. Don't worry about the attraction requirements until you have all the good things built (except to get the 20 minute trophy). As for park rating, maximize the radio, television, and newspaper ads and lower the ticket prices to $1 for every age at the main gate as you get near to your money goals.