Just when you’re getting used to nightly updates from the villa and Casa Amor, arguing on Twitter about who deserves to win, it occurs to you that at some point all of this fun and drama has to come to an end.

So when is the Love Island 2018 final?

And how are you going to fill that 9 pm slot?

Screen Shot: Georgia comforts Rosie in bed - ITV2, series 4, episode 14
Screen Shot: Georgia comforts Rosie in bed – ITV2, series 4, episode 14

With an eight-week series this summer, that marks the Love Island 2018 final for Monday, July 30th.

ITV have now publicly confirmed this.

The final will air in its usual 9 pm slot on ITV2, lasting until 10.35 pm.

Can I Go To The Love Island Final?

Tickets won’t be made available until the final date is official, but you can register your interest at the Applause Store.

While tickets are free, demand is likely to be through the roof.

In the interests of fairness, the tickets are awarded randomly which leaves no way to play the system on this one.

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Love Island 2018 Final
From ITV Studios
Love Island: SR4 on ITV2
Pictured: The Villa.

One thing to consider: the final takes place in Majorca, and flights and accommodation won’t be included with the ticket.

Might make for a fun start to a week in the sunshine though, so why not do both? You might find your self-catering apartments aren’t quite as well-equipped as the Love Island villas, though.

Who is Going To Win Love Island 2018?

If you ask the bookies, it’s been Dani and Jack more or less from the start.

The pair are odds-on favourites even with weeks still to go. What would it take for anyone to topple Dani Dyer or Jack Fincham now?

Surely only a scandal can stop them… audiences do love an upset though, so who are your likely challengers to the golden couple?

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How Much Do They Win?

The winning couple split a prize of £50,000. Not bad for eight weeks of sunbathing!

The final will see the winning man and woman announced to a live audience, no doubt setting them up for a few years of telly and Instagram fame.

There are likely to be some lucrative sponsorship and appearance fees once they’re back out in the big, bad world again.

Party Time

Are you hosting your very own Love Island 2018 Final party?

It’s never too soon to start planning. Just don’t forget your sun cream, bright pink hasn’t been a good look on anyone so far.


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