How iTunes Store charges might look on credit and debit card statements
If you see an unfamiliar iTunes Store or App Store charge on your credit or debit card statement, check the list below. The charge might be an authorization hold, a delayed charge, or a subscription renewal.
You can use iTunes to see your iTunes Store and App Store purchase history. Before you request a refund, compare your purchase history to your statement.
View your purchase history
- Open the iTunes Store on your Mac or PC.
- View your purchase history. If you have multiple Apple IDs, check the purchase history for each of your accounts.
If you have one of the charges below, your credit or debit card statement might not look familiar.
Some institutions might show authorizations as charges or pending charges.
Delayed or grouped payments
- Charges from multiple purchases might be grouped as one transaction.
- Charges might post to your credit or debit card a few days after your purchase.
- Charges for pre-ordered content appear when the content is released.
- Subscription renewals, such as iTunes Match, magazines, newspapers, or TV shows.
- Charges made when you upgrade your iCloud storage.
- Charges from allowances that you've set up.
Purchases made using your Apple ID
- In-app purchases made within apps that you downloaded from the App Store.
- Purchases made by someone else in your household or someone with access to your Apple ID.
- Purchases made using another Apple ID that might use the same credit or debit card.
If you compared your purchase history to your statement and don't recognize the charge or want to request a refund, contact Apple Support. If you don't have an iTunes Store account (Apple ID) and see charges on your statement, contact Apple Support.
If you want to, you can change your payment information.