As a member, you are automatically charged once a month on the date you signed up. Your Netflix subscription is charged at the beginning of your billing cycle and can take several days to appear on your account.
If your billing date is scheduled for a day that does not occur in every month (for example, the 31st), you will be billed on the last day of that month instead.
Sign in to your Account.
Under Membership & Billing, select Billing Details.
Click on the date of the charge you wish to view. The link will open a printable invoice page for that specific charge. If you prefer to print all the charges within the last year, you can print the Billing Details page.
Find answers to questions about taxes listed on your Netflix invoice.
You can view your Netflix billing information for up to one year. If you need billing information older than one year, please contact your financial institution.
If there is a problem with your payment method, here are some of the most common causes with suggestions to resolve the issue.
If the bank or financial institution declined the charge:
Check that your payment information such as postal code, security code, expiration date are correct.
If you're still having trouble, make sure your payment method supports e-commerce transactions.
If you are billed through a third party or have a package that includes Netflix, your account could be canceled for a number of reasons.
There is an issue with your payment.
Third-party: Sign in to your third-party account to resolve the payment issue, then rejoin Netflix.
If you can’t rejoin through the third party, you can rejoin on Netflix.com and add a different payment method.
Package: Sign in to your package account to resolve the payment issue, then relink your Netflix account.
You paused or canceled a package that includes Netflix and there is no other payment method on file.
If your package is still active, then relink your Netflix account.
If you canceled your package, sign in to your Netflix account and add a new payment method.
There are a few reasons you may be seeing a charge that is more than you expected.
Taxes - Depending on where you live, you may be charged taxes in addition to your subscription price.
Fees - In some countries, card companies may charge an extra fee for cross-border transactions. Some countries may change the currency to USD even though we charge in local currency.
Authorizations - When you start your Netflix account or change your payment method, you may see an authorization that appears as a pending transaction on your statement. Authorizations are not charges, but may affect your available balance until your bank releases the funds in a few days.
Plan changes - If you or someone in your household upgraded your Netflix plan, your bill will reflect the upgraded plan price.
If your billing date is scheduled for a day that does not occur in a given month (such as the 31st), you'll be billed on the last day of that month instead.
If you recently changed your billing date and within the same month there is a price change or you upgrade your plan, you could be charged earlier than expected.