Ounces in a pint
There are 16 fluid ounces (fl oz) in a pint (pt) in the US customary system of measurement. In the imperial system of measurement, there are 20 fluid ounces in a pint.
Fluid ounces and pints are units of volume and capacity primarily used in the US and the UK. There have been other definitions of fluid ounces and pints in the past, but these definitions are two of the few that are still used.
Fluid ounces should not be confused with the ounce that refers to weight or mass. They are not related units.
Fluid ounces to pints conversion
The following converter can be used to convert ounces to pints or pints to ounces in both the US customary and imperial systems of measurement. Just select which measurement system you would like to use and enter a value in either ounces or pints to convert between the two.
Fluid ounces to pints conversion explanation
To convert from fluid ounces to pints in either the US customary or imperial systems of measurement, we first need to remember the relationship between the units in each system:
US customary system:
16 fl oz = 1 pt
1 fl oz = pt
20 fl oz = 1 pt
1 fl oz = pt
Based on these relationships, we need to divide a fluid ounce in the US customary system by 16 to convert it to pints, and we need to multiply a pint by 16 to convert it to fluid ounces. The same follows for imperial fluid ounces and pints, except that we divide fluid ounces by 20, and multiply pints by 20.
1. Convert 77 US customary fluid ounces to pints:
77 fl oz ÷ 16 = 4.8125 pt
2. Convert 13.2 imperial pints to fluid ounces:
13.2 pt × 20 = 264 fl oz