# How many 12 oz are in a 2 liter?

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## How many 12 oz are in a 2 liter?

For example, to find out how many fluid ounces there are in 2 liters, multiply 33.8140226 by 2, that makes 67.628 fluid ounces in 2 liters.

## How many ounces is in a 2 l bottle of Coca Cola?

67.6 Oz

Amazon.com : Coca-Cola 2L bottles, 67.6 Oz (Pack of 4) : Grocery & Gourmet Food.

**How many 16 oz water bottles is 2 liters?**

There are ~437.176 ml in one 16 ounce bottle and ~947.352 ml in two bottles. That makes us take 52.648 ml from the third bottle which is 52.648/437.176 = ~ 0.120 of the third 16 oz bottle. So we will need ~2.12 bottles of 16 oz to make a liter.

### How many ounces are in a 3 liter bottle?

Liters to US Fluid Ounces table

Liters | US Fluid Ounces |
---|---|

3 L | 101.44 us fl oz |

4 L | 135.26 us fl oz |

5 L | 169.07 us fl oz |

6 L | 202.88 us fl oz |

### Are 2 liters cheaper than cans?

But, is buying cans of soda cheaper than buying it in bottles? As a general rule buying soda in 2 liter bottles is cheaper than buying cans. However, depending on where you buy it and what brand you buy the difference in price can be very small.

**How many cans of soda are in a 2-liter bottle?**

Generally, to fill a two-liter bottle, you require five whole cans and a half of another can. It means using the 12 oz cans; your guests will drink more soda than using the 8oz cups.

## How much is a 2 Litre bottle of Coke?

How much does a 2 liter bottle of Coke cost?

Type | Size | Price |
---|---|---|

Coca-Cola Cherry Zero | 2L Bottle | $1.79 |

Coca-Cola Zero | 2L Bottle | $1.79 |

Diet Coke | 2L Bottle | $1.79 |

Diet Coke Caffeine Free | 2L Bottle | $1.79 |

## How many cans of soda are in a 2 liter bottle?

Translated into ounces, 2 liters is equal to approximately 67.6 ounces. This is equal to about 5 and a half cans of soda, which then levels out to about 23 cents per 12 ounces of soda!

**How much soda do I need for a party of 100?**

Typically, 200 cans of soda are enough when you have 100 guests for an hour (1). The length of the party will determine the number of cans you should add. For every additional hour, add another can per guest.