Roblox seem to want to hide away how much I've spent (paid) on the game, or, I do not understand how to traverse the maze of menus.

I am trying to learn how much I've spent on both of my daughters.

I log into Roblox in my browser, and I click on the Robux symbol. A drop list opens, and I choose the first option (which shows how many Robux remain). This has taken me into My Transactions.

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If I review summary, current purchases or purchases, it shows the total number of Robux (which is the name of the currency in the game) I have bought. I do not see how much real money I have spent (in USD$ or GBP£).

I can't simply use email receipts because there is no way to know which of my daughters each receipt is for.

Is it possible to get this?

  • Can't you just check your credit/debit card transactions to see it?
    – childe
    Commented Jun 3, 2021 at 10:45
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    I can - but I think every online service I have allows me to see my billing history. I don't think I should have to rely on my email client to be able to sort and group to see my purchase history for a given product Commented Jun 3, 2021 at 11:44

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According to a Robux to USD website converter I managed to find here, you have spent roughly $56.25 of USD on Roblox, due to a constant rate of one Robux being worth $0.0125.

  • The problem with this is that there isn't a constant Robux-to-USD (or any other real world currency) conversion rate: there are various volume discounts, and occasionally they have a sale.
    – Martha
    Commented Oct 25, 2021 at 15:30

I am not sure if you can really do this, but I have two options: Make some math and then translate that number (Robux) to USD. Otherwise you can install BTRoblox that can help you to translate faster Robux to USD. You first should enable that setting in the main menu, though.


When you buy robux, it shows you how much it costs. Just add it up. I bought robux before, and it shows how much it costs.

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