See your purchase history in the iTunes Store on a Mac or PC

Find what apps, songs, movies, TV shows, or books you've bought from the iTunes Store, App Store, and iBooks Store. 

The steps below show you how to check your purchase history to see when your account was charged for a purchase. If you're looking for more information on what you bought or need help with a purchase, try these steps:

See your purchase history

Click to open iTunes and sign in to your Account Information, or use the steps below:

  1. Open iTunes.
  2. Click Sign In, and then enter the Apple ID and password that you used to make the purchase. If you use Family Sharing, you'll see what you bought using your Apple ID, but you won't see what other family members bought. To see what other family members bought, sign in with their Apple ID.
  3. Click your name and select Account Info from the menu.
  4. Enter your password again.

On the Account Information screen:

  1. Scroll down to Purchase History. To the right of Most Recent Purchase, click See All. It might take a moment for your Purchase History to appear.
  2. To see the details of a purchase, click the arrow to the left of the order date. Your most recent purchases are first.

    You'll see the date, time, and web order number in the top-right corner.

    If any of the information in your history doesn't match what you bought, check if it's an authorization hold, a delayed charge, a subscription renewal, or a Family Sharing purchase.

If you don't recognize a purchase, compare your purchase history to your credit or debit card statement before contacting Apple. 

If you don't see your purchase, it might be hidden. Learn how to hide or unhide items in your Purchase History

If you can't find an item that you purchased in the iTunes Store within the last 90 days, report a problem. For older purchases, contact iTunes Store support, and select Purchases, Billing, and Redemption.

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