Amazon is a leader in online retail, and when you order from Amazon, your order history is saved in your account. How do you view your Amazon purchase history? You can get information and assistance from Amazon customer support here, and below are ways you can review your Amazon purchase history.
There are three ways you can look at your purchase history on Amazon: email, online and the mobile app.
To look up your Amazon purchase history using your email, log into the email address associated with your account. In the search bar, type "Amazon" to pull up all your emails. This will display your confirmed orders and delivery status emails from the retailer.
You can also check your purchase history online by doing the following steps:
When checking your order history from your mobile app, do the following:
Review your order history from Amazon by following the steps outlined above. Keeping track of your orders can help you keep up with purchases. If you use Amazon for business purchases, it also helps you keep track of inventory and overhead expenses. If you have difficulties accessing your order history online, via the app or in your emails, you can contact Amazon customer support here for assistance.
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