See your purchases, reservations & subscriptions

Your Google Account includes purchases and reservations made using Search, Maps, and the Assistant, as well as your order confirmations from Gmail. This info is organized to help you get things done.

Note: Gmail data isn’t used for ads.

  1. Open your Google Account. You might need to sign in.
  2. Go to Payments and subscriptions.
  3. See a list of items by clicking Manage purchasesManage reservations, or Manage subscriptions.
  4. To see more details, select an item. Here, you can take actions, like:
    • Track a delivery
    • Cancel a reservation
    • Renew a subscription

Note: You won't see any purchases, subscriptions, or reservations listed in your Google Account if:

  • You’re under 13 (or the applicable age in your country) and,
  • Your parent or guardian created your account using Family Link

Where your purchases & reservations come from

Your Google Account includes purchases and reservations made using Search, Maps, and the Assistant, as well as your order confirmations from Gmail. For example, purchases and reservations can come from:

  • Food orders or Google shopping orders placed through Search or Assistant
  • Purchase & reservation receipts or confirmations received in Gmail
  • Reservations for restaurants, hotels, and health and fitness bookings created using Search, Maps, or Assistant

To see the source of an order, select it to see its details. At the top right, select Info Information and then Where's this from?.

Delete your purchases & reservations

Delete your purchases
  1. Go to the Purchases page in your Google Account.
  2. Select a purchase to see its details.
  3. Select Remove Purchase.
  4. Follow the instructions on the screen to delete the purchase.

If deleted purchases are still visible:

  • Make sure that all emails containing purchases are deleted
  • Empty your trash
  • Refresh the page in your web browser

Note: It make take some time for deleted purchases to be removed from your account.

Delete your reservations
  1. Go to the Reservations page in your Google Account.
  2. Select a reservation to see its details.
  3. Select Remove Reservation.
  4. Follow the instructions on the screen to delete the reservation.

If deleted reservations are still visible:

  • Make sure that all emails containing reservations are deleted
  • Empty your trash
  • Refresh the page in your web browser

Note: It make take some time for deleted reservations to be removed from your account.

Note: Information about your purchases, reservations, and subscriptions may also be saved with your activity in other Google services. For example, if you viewed a product using Search and then purchased it, your searches for that product might be saved in your Google Account.

Why Google brings your purchases & reservations together

We organize your purchases and reservations in your Google Account to help you get things done. For example:

  • You can ask your Google Assistant about the shipping status of a purchase.
  • You can ask your Google Assistant to show you your flight reservations, or use Search to ask questions like, "Is my flight on time?"

Note: Gmail data isn’t used for ads.

Manage linked subscriptions

Subscriptions can include content like:

  • Google Play subscriptions
  • YouTube subscriptions
  • News subscriptions you’ve linked with your Google Account
Add a subscription service from outside Google

You can link a subscription to your Google Account.

After you link a subscription to your account, Google can personalize experiences like:

  • Seeing articles without signing in to an account or hitting a paywall.
  • Getting articles from print subscriptions in your search results.
Remove a linked subscription

If you don’t want a subscription to show up in your Google Account, go to Subscriptions and select Unlink.

Your subscription won't be canceled or changed. But you'll no longer see personalization based on your subscription in Google products.

Who can see your purchases & reservations

Only you can see your purchases, reservations, and subscriptions. Learn how Google protects your privacy and security.

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