Herein, we report the synthesis and characterization of a variety of novel poly(hydrogen halide) halogenates (−I). The bifluoride ion, which is known to have the highest hydrogen bond energy of ≈160 kJ mol−1, is the most famous among many examples of [X(HX)n]− anions (X=F, Cl) known in the literature. In contrast, little is known about poly(hydrogen halide) halogenates containing two different halogens, ([X(HY)n]−). In this work we present the synthesis of anions of the type [X(HY)n]− (X=Br, I, ClO4; Y=Cl, Br, CN) stabilized by the [PPh4]+ and [PPN]+ cation. The obtained compounds have been characterized by single‐crystal X‐ray diffraction, Raman spectroscopy and quantum‐chemical calculations. In addition, the behavior of halide ions in hydrogen fluoride was investigated by using experimental and quantum‐chemical methods in order to gain knowledge on the acidity of hydrogen halides in HF.