# How many US fluid ounces in a US pint?

Are you wondering** how many ounces in a pint**? Or maybe are you looking for an answer to the more specific question of how** many fluid ounces in a pint**? You are in the right place. Here is your compendium about **how many ounces are in a pint**, both in a dry pint and in a fluid pint. We are going to dispel all your doubts and give you many practical examples useful in everyday life.

What will you find here? As we said, first of all, you will find here the answer to the question **how many ounces to a pint**. We want to tell you about** how many ounces in a fluid pint** too. But that’s not all. We have for you also a little theoretical part about these two units and many practical examples, including some comparisons. Have you ever wondered if the answer to **how many ounces are in a pint of blueberries **is the same as the answer to **how many ounces in a pint of ice cream**. If yes, keep reading!

Before we move on to the more practical part, we want to tell you a little about these two units. We are convinced it is better to know what exactly you want to convert. Maybe will you learn something new? Just check it reading a part down below.

**The ounce** is a unit which is used in most of British derived systems of measurements. To be clear, there is more than one kind of ounce. The ounce can be a unit of mass, weight and volume too. In this article we will focus mostly on the fluid ounce (symbol fl oz) which is the unit of volume.

A little tidbit. Did you know that the word ounce is derived from Latin word “uncia”? Uncia was defined as one-twelfth of the Roman pound. Nowadays one pound is equal to 16 ounces.

So what about the pint? **The pint** is a unit of volume. It is used in Imperial (known also as a British) and United States customary systems of measurement. It is needed to emphasize that the pint is defined differently in these two systems. In this article we want to focus on the pint used in the US (symbol pt, sometimes p).

A little tidbit. The pint is also used in other countries than the UK or US. For instance, in India the pint is 330 ml. In turn, in Canada the pint is approximately 1136 ml.

If you know a little about the ounce and the pint, we can move on to the questions from the beginning of the article – **how many ounces equal a pint **and **how many fluid ounces are in a pint**. The answers you can find down below, have a look:

- 1 US liquid pint = 16 US fluid ounces,
- 1 US pint dry = 18.618355022827 (approximately 18.62) US fluid ounces.

Thanks to knowing **how many ounces per pint **you can calculate, for instance,** how many ounces in a half pint**. Let’s see:

- ½ US liquid pint = 8 US fluid ounces,
- ½ US pint dry = 9.31 US fluid ounces.

So if you know the answers to the main questions in this article, we want to show you some comparisons now. As you remember, we mention two questions at the beginning of the article, that is **how many ounces in a pint of blueberries** and **how many ounces i n pint** of ice cream. We gathered here more examples than only these two. We put them with answers in a table, have a look:

how many ounces in a pint of blueberries | 12 ounces |

how many ounces in a pint of ice cream | 16 fluid ounces |

how many ounces in a pint of sour cream | 16 fluid ounces |

how many ounces in a pint of beer | 16 fluid ounces |

how many ounces in a pint of liquor | 12.7 fluid ounces |

how many ounces in a pint of strawberries | 12 ounces |

how many ounces in a pint of raspberries | 11 ounces |

how many ounces in a pint of water | 16 fluid ounces |

how many ounces in a pint glass | 16 fluid ounces |

The first part of our article is coming to the end. You know **how many ounces make a pint**, so we want to show you how you can use this knowledge in practice. In the next part we want to tell you how you can make **how many ounces in s pint **conversions and show you step by step examples. So let’s move on.

## Pints to ounces

You saw, for instance, the result for a **dry pint to ounces blueberries**. It is time to see** how to convert pints to ounces** on your own. We are going to show you both how you can make dry **pints to ounces **conversion and fluid **pints to fluid ounces** conversion.

To make** pints to ounces dry **or** pints to fluid ounces conversion **you need a formula. Two different formulas for both of these conversions you can find down below.

The first formula for fluid **pints to ounces conversion**. Have a look:

**The number of fluid pints * 16 = the result in fluid ounces**

And the second formula to make dry** pints in ounces conversion**. Let’s see:

**The number of dry pints * 18.62 = the result in fluid ounces**

As you can see, these two formulas are similar. In both cases you only need to multiply two numbers, nothing more. A little tidbit – these two formulas you can also use to make an **ounce to pints** conversion. Just replace the multiplication sign by the division sign to get the result in pints instead of ounces. But let’s focus on our main topic, that is a **pints to ounces conversion**, and see these formulas in practice.** We will start with examples calculated for fluid pints to ounces fluid conversion.**

The first example. Let’s start with something small, for instance, calculate **1.5 pints to ounces**. What do you need to do? Just multiply 1.5 by 16. It gives 24. So 1.5 fluid pints are 24 fluid ounces.

Another example. This time calculate something a little bit bigger, for instance, **3 pints to ounces**. As in the previous example, multiply 3 by 16. It gives 48. So 3 fluid pints are 48 fluid ounces.

Now convert **5 pints to ounces**. Multiply 5 by 16. It gives 80. So 5 fluid pints are 80 fluid ounces.

This time calculate **6 pints to ounces**. And again, multiply 6 by 16. It gives 96. So 6 fluid pints are 96 fluid ounces.

Second to last example in the topic of fluid pints to fluid ounces conversion. Calculate **7 pints to fluid ounces**. Multiply 7 by 16. It gives 112. So 7 fluid pints are 112 fluid ounces.

And the last one – convert **12 pints to ounces**. Multiply 12 by 16. It gives 192. So 12 fluid pints are 192 fluid ounces.

As you can see, these calculations are not complicated. Of course, when it comes to the bigger numbers, it can be a little bit problematic but we are sure that with the help of a calculator it is possible to make the calculations on your own.

We also gathered all these results in a** fluid pints to fluid ounces conversion table**. It is down below, have a look:

Fluid pints | Fluid ounces |

1.5 | 24 |

3 | 48 |

5 | 80 |

6 | 96 |

7 | 112 |

12 | 192 |

We hope the topic of fluid pints to fluid ounces is clear for you. Now we can move on to the dry** pint to ounces weight **conversion. You can see the examples for dry pint to fluid ounces conversion in the next part of the article.

### Pints to fluid ounces

To make dry pints to fluid ounces conversion we will use the second formula now. A quick reminder of this formula is down below:

**The number of dry pints * 18.62 = the result in fluid ounces**

We will begin with something really small. For instance, calculate **0.25 pints to fluid ounces**. This time you need to multiply the number of pints by 18.62. So multiply 0.25 by 18.62. It gives 4.655. So 0.25 dry pint is 4.655 fluid ounces.

Another example. Calculate **0.3 pints to fluid ounces**. And again, multiply 0.3 by 18.62. It gives 5.586. So 0.3 dry pint is 5.586 fluid ounces.

Now convert **pints 8 ounces**. Multiply 8 by 18.62. It gives 148.96. So 8 dry pints are 148.96 fluid ounces.

Let’s calculate** 9 pints to fluid ounces**. As in the previous examples, multiply 9 by 18.62. It gives 167.58. So 9 dry pints are 167.58 fluid ounces.

Second to last example. Now try to calculate something bigger, for instance, **pints 56 ounces**. So multiply 56 by 18.62. It gives 1042.72. So 56 dry pints are 1042.72 fluid ounces.

And the last, and the biggest, example. Convert **pints 80 ounces**. Multiply 80 by 18.62. It gives 1489.6. So 80 dry pints are 1489.6 fluid ounces.

As you can see, the use of this formula is a little bit more complicated than the previous one. It is caused by a decimal number. Calculating of bigger numbers, such as 56 or 80, can be problematic. But don’t worry, we have a solution for you. But before we show you it, have a look at the **table with all dry pints to fluid ounces results **from this article.

Dry pints | Fluid ounces |

0.25 | 4.655 |

0.3 | 5.586 |

8 | 148.96 |

9 | 167.58 |

56 | 1042.72 |

80 | 1489.6 |

So as we said before, now we want to show you a special tool, which will make all pints to ounces conversions for you – both fluid pints to fluid ounces and dry pints to fluid ounces. What are we talking about? About a **pints to ounces calculator**. If you want to know more about this powerful tool, that is a **pints to ounces converter**, keep reading.

### Pints to ounces converter

So what is a **pints to ounces converter**? It is an online application which enables all **pints to fl oz **conversions, it means both dry pints to fl oz and fluid pints to fl oz. We can say it is a kind of calculator, but automated. What does it mean?

Our **pints to ounces converter** is based on a special algorithm, which contains **pints to fl oz **formulas. Thanks to this you do not have to remember formulas and multiply the numbers on your own. You just need to enter the number of pints which you want to convert to ounces, that’s all. Just one thing and you will have the result! It sounds perfect, isn’t it?

Have a look at an example calculated with the use of** pints to ounces calculator**. For instance, let’s convert 455 pints to ounces. Here is the results:

- 455 fluid pints = 7280 fluid ounces,
- 455 dry pints = 8471.351535386285 fluid ounces.

As you can see, our** pints to ounces calculator **will calculate any number of pints, even so big as 455 or even bigger. Every calculation will be made in less than a second, we promise. But this is not the only one advantage of a **pints to ounces converter**. Have a look:

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### Pints to ounces calculator

We gathered in this article practical knowledge which you can use in everyday life with many step by step examples. We hope that after reading this compendium the topic of **pints to ounces conversion** – both on your own and with the use of a **pints to ounces calculator** – is clear for you.

**So what are you waiting for? It is time to convert pints to ounces. Just use one of our pints to ounces formulas and calculate it on your own or use our amazing tool, that is pints to ounces calculator to make it totally effortless.**

At the end, we also want to show you frequently asked questions. These are the most important issues for you, so we want to gather them together in one place in a nutshell. **Have a look at our FAQ**:

- Does 16 ounces equal 1 pint? Yes, 16 ounces equal 1 pint, but it concerns only US fluid pints.
- How many ounces are in one pint? There are 16 US ounces in one fluid pint.
- Does 8 ounces equal 1/2 pint? Yes, ½ fluid pint is equal to 8 ounces.
- Is 16 oz sour cream a pint? Yes, 16 oz sour cream is a fluid pint.
- How big is a dry pint? A dry pint is approximately 18.62 fluid ounces.
- What is a dry pint in ounces? A dry pint in ounces is 18.62.
- How many fl oz equal a pint? A fluid pint is euqal to 16 fl oz.
- Does 8 ounces equal 1 pint? No, 8 ounces is a half of a fluid pint.
- Is US oz the same as Fl Oz? In approximation yes. An exact result of 1 US oz is 1.0432 fl oz.
- Is 14 fl oz a pint? No, 14 fl oz is not a fluid pint. A fluid pint is 16 fl oz.