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Review your order history

When you make a purchase on Google Play, we'll send a confirmation email with your order information to the Google Account you use when making your purchase. You can always see your order history on Google Play or pay.google.com.

Review order history

Using the Play Store app
  1. On your mobile device, open the Play Store Google Play.
  2. At the top right, tap your profile icon.
  3. Tap Payments & subscriptions and then Budget & history.
  4. Tap Purchase history.

To view orders from play.google.com: On the left, click Account and then Order History.

  • Google Play digital content and Google Store hardware orders show together in the transactions list.
  • Other Google payments and Google Pay P2P transactions don't appear.

Note: If a customer wants to know more about how to delete their order or purchase history, see article Privacy policy and data protection.

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Using pay.google.com

On your computer:

  1. Go to pay.google.com.
  2. To view order history:
    • Individual orders: Click Activity.
    • Subscriptions: Click Subscriptions and services.

On your mobile device:

  1. Go to pay.google.com.
  2. On the top left, tap Menu Menu.
  3. To view order history:
    • Individual orders: Tap Activity.
    • Subscriptions: Tap Subscriptions and services.

When to expect charges

You'll be charged shortly after you purchase content on Google Play. You'll see any changes to your Google Play balance appear immediately, and charges to other payment methods generally appear within a few days.

Starting September 2020, users will begin losing access to Google Play Music. This means you will no longer be able to listen to your music using Google Play Music. However, your music library will remain intact and can still be transfered to YouTube Music for at least 30 days of when you lose access or before Google Play Music shuts down in your territory. You can also download your Music data from Google Takeout.
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