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See a list of your purchases from the App Store, iTunes Store, Apple Books, and the Apple TV app.

Connecting to the iTunes Store. In-App Purchases. It’s easier to find and make in-app purchases. You can start your purchase in the App Store and be taken directly into the app to complete it. You can also subscribe to an app or level up in a game, even if it’s not on your device yet. Jan 16, 2019.


To cancel a subscription or redownload something that you purchased, you don't need to view your purchase history.

Cancel a subscription.

Redownload apps, music, movies, and more.

How to see recent purchases on the web

  1. Go to reportaproblem.apple.com.
  2. Sign in with your Apple ID and password.
  3. A list of your recent purchases appears. If you’re not sure what you were charged for but you know the exact amount, search for the amount. If there's a problem with an item that you purchased, use this website to report the problem to Apple.

To see charges from older purchases, you might need to look at your purchase history in Settings or the App Store.

Learn what to do if you don’t see the item you’re looking for or if you see unexpected charges.

See your purchase history on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap your name, then tap Media & Purchases. You might be asked to sign in.
  3. Tap Purchase History.
  4. Your purchase history appears. If you want to see purchases that you made more than 90 days prior, tap Last 90 Days, then select a different date range.

Learn what to do if you don’t see the item you’re looking for or if you see unexpected charges.

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See your purchase history on your computer

  1. Open the Music app or iTunes. From the menu bar at the top of the screen, choose Account, then click View My Account.
  2. On the Account Information page, scroll down to Purchase History. Next to Most Recent Purchase, click See All.
  3. Find the item. It might take a moment for your Purchase History to appear. If you want to see purchases that you made more than 90 days prior, click Last 90 Days, then select a date range.

Learn what to do if you don’t see the item you’re looking for or if you see unexpected charges.

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If you can't find an item in your purchase history

If you can’t find the item you’re looking for, try these things before you contact Apple.

Find out if a family member purchased the item

If you use Family Sharing, your purchase history shows purchases that you made 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.

If family members have access to your device, you might want to require a password for every purchase.

To control what kids buy on their own devices, turn on Ask to Buy.

Check if you purchased the item with a different Apple ID

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If you don't see an item in your purchase history, you might have been signed in with a different Apple ID when you made the purchase. Sign in with that Apple ID to check if your purchases were billed to that account.

Sign in with your Apple ID.

If you see purchases that you don't recognize or unexpected charges

  • If you see items in your purchase history that you don't remember buying, check if someone else who uses your device, such as a family member, bought the item. If someone else is using your Apple ID and password, change your Apple ID password.
  • Learn what to do if you don't recognize a charge on your statement from your bank or financial institution.
  • If you still need help, contact Apple Support.

Learn more

  • If you see an in-app purchase in your purchase history but you don't see it in the app, restore in-app purchases.
  • Learn about how App Store and iTunes Store purchases are billed.
  • If you received a suspicious email notification about a purchase, the email might not be from Apple or reflect actual charges to your account. Learn how to identify legitimate App Store or iTunes Store emails.


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How to request a refund

  1. Go to reportaproblem.apple.com.
  2. Sign in with your Apple ID and password.
  3. If you see the 'Report' or 'Report a Problem' button next to the item that you want to request a refund for, click it.
  4. Follow the instructions on the page to choose the reason why you want a refund and submit your request.

If you can't request a refund on reportaproblem.apple.com

If the charge is pending, you canʼt request a refund yet. After the charge goes through, try to request a refund again.

If you have an unpaid order, you need to pay for that order before you request a refund. You might need to update your payment information.

Get more information about refunds

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See how long refunds take.

For more information about refund requests or for other refunds that you can’t request on reportaproblem.apple.com, contact Apple Support.

Problem with a subscription?

You can request a refund. You can also cancel the subscription.

If you or a family member bought an item by accident

If you or a family member bought an item by mistake, set up Screen Time to prevent unintentional purchases in the future. You can require a password for purchases, prevent some types of purchases, or disable purchasing completely. Set up Screen Time.

Refund eligibility might vary by country or region. See the Apple Media Services Terms and Conditions for details. In countries and regions with consumer law protections, users retain their rights under these protections. In Australia and New Zealand, consumers retain their rights under the applicable consumer protection laws and regulations.

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