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How to Check Valorant Purchase History (2023)

Oh, the money that's been dumped into this game...

by Shawn Robinson
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When playing Valorant, you’ll likely find yourself making quite a few purchases if you want your weapons to look snazzy. Take it from us, with our Reaver Vandal and Silvanus Phantom which look surprisingly great but cost a pretty penny. If you’re a consistent spender though, you may be wondering how much you’ve spent in total. Here’s how to check your Valorant purchase history in 2023.

Where to Find Valorant Purchase History

First of all, make your way over to this link, which is a Riot Games support post titled “Checking Your Purchase History”. This post is officially made by Riot Games themselves, so it’s safe. Once there, the post reads “Are you looking to check your VALORANT purchase history? Well, you have come to the right place! Log in below to access your purchase history.”. Along with this is a red button saying to Log In, which you’ll want to do.

Once logged in, click on Get My Purchase History, and a few seconds later, all purchases you’ve made in Valorant will be shown. To break it down, things start out with your Total Spent, which is listed in the currency of the region you play the game in. Below that is each individual purchase, which includes the date and time of the purchase, along with the Payment Method and amount spent. It may also list the Valorant Points purchased, though the stat was blank when we tested it.

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Knowing your purchase history in Valorant can be helpful for a number of reasons. It can give you an idea of just how much money you’ve dumped into the game, but can also be helpful in case you feel like your account might be compromised. Whatever you’re using it for, hope you enjoy seeing how sad your wallet is!

Shawn Robinson

Shawn's been playing games for well over a decade now, dabbling in all sorts of genres but always willing to try new things. Some of his favorite games include first-person shooters like Left 4 Dead and Titanfall, though narrative games like Life is Strange are held near and dear.