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## 8 Pints

### Gallons to Pints (How many pints in a gallon?)

This conversion calculator is used to convert the volume in gallons (gal) to volume in pints (pt). It has a text field and a control button that performs an independent function of the calculator. The initial step when using this converter is to enter the value in gallons in the text field. Press the ‘Convert' button to execute the conversion from gallons to pints. This gives you the conversion result in pints, displayed below the control button.

##### Example

Convert 0.2 gallons to pints

##### Solution

First, enter the value in gallons (0.2) in the blank text field. Click on the ‘Convert' button to execute the conversion. The result in pints is displayed as;

0.2 Gallon = 1.6 Pints

This implies that there are 1.6 pints in 0.2 gallons.

When performing a new conversion from gallons to pints, use the same procedure to give the corresponding values in pints.

## Gallons to Pints Conversion

Enter a gallon value (either fluid or dry or imperial) that you want to convert into pints and click on the "convert" button.

#### How many pints in a gallon?

The volume units' conversion factor of gallons to pints is 8.

1 Gallon = 8 pints (Fluid, Dry, US or UK)

This implies that there are 8 pints (fluid, dry, US or UK) in one gallon.

From the smallest to the largest units between a gallon and a pint, there are 2 pints in a quart and 4 quarts in a gallon. Therefore; 2 x 4 = 8 pints in a gallon.

Each type of a pint or gallon has different volume capacities. The dry pint is equal to 0.5506 liters and a dry gallon is equivalent to 4.4048 liters.

Definitions

A gallon is a unit of volume measurement in the US customary and imperial systems, abbreviated as "gal". There are two types of gallons in the US customary system and only one type in the imperial system.

A pint is a unit of volume measurement in the US customary and imperial systems abbreviated as "pt". Both pint and a gallon can be used for dry and fluid measurement in the US customary system. However, such distinction is not present in the imperial system.