- "Bonus points!"
- — Samantha Maxis
Call of Duty: Black Ops
The Bonus Points power-up can only be acquired via QED in Moon. Bonus Points has two effects, one giving all players in the match points, or giving the player who grabbed it an amount of points. The power-up is exclusive to Moon much like the Lightning Bolt from Call of the Dead. All of these are obtained in a special way.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
The Bonus Points appears in the maps TranZit and Buried. If the Player melees with the Galvaknuckles the keys located next to each map's respective bank, a drop will appear costing the player 100 points. The drop is worth 1000 points and it adds 1000 points to the bank. If the player melee's the key constantly, points will be added to the power-up, and it can be shared or picked back up.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III
The Bonus Points power-up appears in Shadows of Evil, Der Eisendrache, Zetsubou No Shima, and the Zombies Chronicles remaster of Moon. In Shadows of Evil and Zetsubou No Shima, it can be acquired from Harvest Pods. In Der Eisendrache, it is possible to get it by calling the Gondola. In Moon, it can once again be acquired via QED. In all instances, it rewards a random amount of points upon pickup, and is affected by Double Points.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
The Bonus Points power-up appears in Voyage of Despair, IX, Blood of the Dead, Classified, Dead of the Night, Ancient Evil, Alpha Omega, and Tag der Toten. Unlike previous appearances, it can now drop as a regular power-up.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
The Bonus Points power-up returns yet again in the maps Die Maschine and Firebase Z, as well as Outbreak. Bonus Points no longer gives a random amount of points upon pickup, instead giving the player who picked it up 500 points (affected by Double Points for a total of 1000).
- In Moon, it is possible to get up to 50,000 points from Bonus Points.
- If using Arthur to change the bonus points in Buried, the newly created power-up will have a blue glow.