View delivery receipt
Once your delivery is complete, we’ll send you an email copy of your full receipt that you can easily access in your email inbox. If you’re not receiving Instacart emails, please check your junk/spam folder!
You can also view your delivery receipt in your Instacart account.
In your mobile app—
- Tap the completed order pop-up at the bottom of the screen, or tap the Account icon
- Tap Your orders
- Select the order you want to review
- Tap View receipt
On a computer—
- At the top left, click the 3 horizontal lines
- Click Your orders
- Find the order and click View order detail
- At the top of the order details page, click View Receipt
Please note: if your order contained deliveries from multiple stores, you’ll see each store’s items list displayed as a tab on the order details page. However, selecting View receipt on any of these store tabs will display a receipt for the complete order, including all stores.
Multiple charges on my receipt
When you place an order through Instacart, we show you the anticipated total for your order, including estimated taxes and fees. If applicable, you may see other charges at the bottom of your final receipt.
An Additional Charge on your delivery receipt reflects any items added to your order after it’s been placed that make your new order total more than the original charge. For example, if you place your order then remember you need a few more items, you’ll see an additional charge for the difference between your original charge and the new order total.
An Adjustment Charge on your delivery receipt means the final item charge, after any order changes, was higher than the original charge—for example, if the store is out of a particular brand and you approve a replacement with a higher price. You may also see this charge on your receipt if the final weight of an item increases the final item charge. The amount of the adjustment charge is the difference between your original charge and the new order total.
Tips added or adjusted after delivery may appear as a separate charge on your card statement.
You may see a temporary authorization hold for a slightly higher amount than your estimated order total. Learn more about authorizations and other unknown charges.
Reach out to your bank if you have questions about a specific item on your statement.