If a BonusSpace has this effect, it's a MoneyMultiplier. Compare GoldenSnitch, for when the dollars are [[UpToEleven more than doubled]].

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!!Examples:

* ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'': The Double Jeopardy round.

* ''Series/DoubleDare1986'': More or less the TropeNamer.

* ''NickArcade''

* ''Series/FamilyFeud'': Points are doubled and tripled in some rounds; the sequence changes depending on which version you're watching. Interestingly, the "points" were originally (before the [[RetiredGameShowElement Bullseye round]] came into play in 1992) dollars.

* ''Series/WheelOfFortune'': From 1995-96, there was a "Double Play" token up for grabs, which a contestant could hand in prior to any spin to double the value of that spin if it landed on a dollar amount. It did not double the value of the regular prizes on the Wheel, however, several viewers recall the token being used on the 1/3-width $10,000 prize, which was won and doubled to $20,000.

* ''Series/StreetSmarts'': Questions are worth $100, then $200, and finally $300.

* ''VideoGame/YouDontKnowJack''

* ''Series/TheNewlywedGame''

* ''Series/ImTelling'': Round 1 has questions for 25, 50 and 75 points. In Round 2, it's 50, ''75'' and 150. Close enough.

* ''Series/SaleOfTheCentury'': The original 1969 NBC version doubled the dollar value of the questions (from $5 to $10), changing at an undefined point in the show; the final round of questions toward the end of the show offered questions worth $20.

* ''Series/SplitSecond'': Round 1 has questions for $5, $10 and $25; and $10, $25 and $50 in Round 2 (for the original 1972 version); and $10/$25/$50 for Round 1 and $25/$50/$100 for Round 2 in the 1986 revival.

* ''Series/RemoteControl''

* ''Series/{{Trashed}}''

* ''Series/CashCab'': The question value doubles after the first four, then again after the next four. Some games are randomly chosen to be "Double Rides."

* ''Series/WinBenSteinsMoney'' is an odd example. The first round values are either $50, $100 or $150 with a $50 bonus question/toss-up, depending on who got the question right. The second round features questions worth $200, $300, $400 or $500 (very rare), but no bonus/toss-up afterwards.

* ''Series/TheWeakestLink'': In the American version, the final round is played for double stakes. In the UK and other countries, the stakes are tripled.

* ''Series/PressYourLuck'': The "Double Your $$ (+ One Spin)" space.

* ''{{Tattletales}}'' invoked this when their format changed from $100 (or $50, based on one or two-word clues) per score to a share of $150 for every score in the first three questions. The final question was worth double, $300.

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