Cookie policy

Coney uses cookies on this website. Coney considers it is important that you are aware of the cookies that are placed on this website and for what purposes they are used. Coney seeks to maximize both your privacy and the user-friendliness of the website. On this page you can read what cookies are, which cookies Coney places on this website and for what purposes. This cookie statement applies to the Coney website: This statement was last modified on 28-05-2018.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on the hard disk or in the memory of your computer or mobile device (tablet, telephone) when you visit our website. It is important to note that cookies never store your name, address, age or other personal data. It only concerns preferences and interests based on the websites you visit. On a first visit to our website, a pop-up window appears in which we inform you about the use of cookies on this website.

Which cookies do we use?

On this website functional, analytical and tracking cookies are used:

Functional cookies
We place functional cookies to remember your web browser and data, so that the website is optimally displayed. These are anonymous cookies. The information collected by these cookies may not be used for marketing purposes and will not be provided to third parties.

Analytical cookies
Our site uses the services of Google Analytics for website optimization and marketing purposes. Google collects the data about the surfing behavior of visitors to, stores this data on your device and then has access to that stored data.

Tracking cookies
These cookies track individual surfing behavior and set up profiles to enable targeted advertisements, for example. With the help of tracking cookies, data is collected with regard to traffic on and to With this, Coney is conducting research into how our site is used to improve the user experience.


Coney reserves the right to change this cookie statement. Changes will be published on our website. We advise you to consult our cookie statement on a regular basis so that you are aware of any changes.

Would you rather not allow cookies?

You can decide whether you want to accept cookies, refuse or if your browser notifies you when a cookie is placed. For this you need to adjust the settings in the browser. Since every browser is different, we refer to the ‘Help’ menu of the browser you use to set your cookie preferences. For the most commonly used browsers you will find an explanation from the supplier on the following pages:

Google Chrome

Internet Explorer