I have many games that I've redeemed on the xbox live marketplace (thanks in large part to the Games with Gold program), but I have not downloaded these items so they are not in my "download history" or "my games" on my console. I want to keep track of the content I have access to, but I cannot find a list of items that I have redeemed/purchased. My purchase history on the xbox transaction history page is blank as is that for my Microsoft transaction history aside from gold membership renewal and some points to currency conversion. I know that I have successfully redeemed items because viewing the pages of some redeemed items gives me the option to download to my console and states a purchased date.

Playstation Store provides a full history of all digital item transactions. Most digital items redeemed through Nintendo are at least added to the registered product list. Does Microsoft provide any equivalent form of purchase history and how do I get there?

I am aware that I could go through every games with gold released and check my ownership one-by-one, but that does not include items purchased or redeemed outside of that program. I could go through every item ever released on Xbox 360 or Xbox One individually to compile a complete list myself, but that seems to be an immense waste of time when I clearly don't own a large percentage of those items and such a list should conceivably already exist in the form of a purchase history.

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It appears that this can only be done on the consoles.

For Xbox 360: Sign in, go to Settings and select Account. Select Download History and then you'll see all of the content that you purchased. http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-360/downloadable-content/redownload-content

For Xbox One: From the Home screen, select My Games and Apps. Then scroll to the right and you'll see Ready to Install which will list all of your games. If there is a controller icon on that game, that means that you have DLC for it, which you can access by pressing the menu button and selecting Manage Game. http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/downloadable-content/locate-downloaded-content

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    They were in my Download History after all. I was looking at the wrong screen. What a misleading heading under which to place things that have never been downloaded. Only being through the console means that I cannot view my Xbox One Games until I actually get the console. Excellent information. Hopefully Microsoft makes this information more accessible in the future. Maybe the unofficial API has an endpoint I can leverage for easier copy/pasting.
    – skovacs1
    Oct 30, 2014 at 1:59

I believe this is what you are looking for; Xbox 360 Purchase History. Note I got this link after signing into my Australian Xbox Live account and contains en-AU in the link. You may want to try and change it to your region/locale if it doesn't automatically do so for you.

  • It redirects automatically to the corresponding locale if you were logged in before clicking the link Nov 9, 2015 at 19:37

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