Bike Beats Computer’s

44 percent of communion children who spend their money immediately buy a bicycle

Even after the white Sunday, there will be communions again this weekend. In addition to gifts of gifts to receive Communion children regularly on this occasion also money gifts: Almost every second child (48 percent) can look forward to more than 500 euros, as a forsa survey on behalf of CosmosDirekt now revealed. 1 If the money is spent immediately, 44 percent of it buys a bicycle. Thus, the good old bike in the favor of the Communion children in the first place and beats not only computers (28 percent) and game console (22 percent), but also toys (16 percent) .In addition to gift gifts receive Communion children regularly also money gifts. Nearly every second child (48 percent) can look forward to more than 500 euros, as a forsa survey commissioned by CosmosDirekt revealed. If the money is spent immediately, 44 percent buy a bicycle. Thus, the good old bike in the favor of the Communion children in the first place and beats not only computers (28 percent) and game console (22 percent), but also toys (16 percent).

The money was spent immediately for:

 
A total of Communion * confirmation

Computer (eg laptop, tablet) and accessories

51%

28%

56%

Smartphone, mobile phone

21%

16%

23%

bicycle

18%

44%

10%

Clothes, shoes

17%

9%

20%

Audio / Video (eg TV, digital camera, video camera, stereo, MP3 player)

13%

13%

14%

Game console and accessories

12%

22%

10%

toy

7%

16%

4%

Jewelry, accessories

5%

0%

6%

Driving license, eg for moped / moped

3%

0%

6%

  • Basis: Respondents whose children receive money for communion, confirmation or youth consecration and have spent the majority immediately
    Percentage greater than 100, as multiple answers possible
    *) Tendency information due to low number of cases; Jugendweihe due to very small number of cases not identifiable

  • Communion bike 94 KB

  • 1 Representative forsa survey commissioned by CosmosDirekt. In March 2015, 768 parents were interviewed whose children had Communion, Confirmation or Jugendweihe in the last three years.