Share of per capita retail spending in Germany 2013-2018, by age group

This statistic shows age distribution of retail spend per capita in Germany in 2013 and with a forecast for 2018. In 2013, shoppers aged 45 to 64 made up almost half of retail spending per capita. However in 2018 it is predicted that senior shoppers (65 and over) will make up a larger share, with older shoppers spending more per person than younger shoppers.

Distribution of per capita spend on retail in Germany in 2013 and 2018, by age group

20132018*
Seniors (65 +)36.9%42.8%
Mature shoppers (45-64)47.2%43%
Family shoppers (25-44)10.5%8.1%
Teenagers (15-24)0.8%0.9%
Children (0-14)4.7%5.1%
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Release date

November 2014

Region

Germany

Survey time period

2013

Supplementary notes

Data based on per capita spend in euros.
* Forecast

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