How much do the Love Island winners win?

Love Island 2018 reaches its grand finale tonight (Monday 30th July).

The series four winners are set to be knighted into reality TV stardom, with ITV2’s huge TV ratings set to make all of the finalists more than just Z-list celebrities.

Boasting more than a million extra viewers per-episode in comparison to series three, Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay probably wished they held their applications back a year.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Love Island final, including how much the winners win.

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Love Island: SR4: Ep56 on ITV2
Pictured: Love Island Selfie. How much do the Love Island winners win?

How Much do the Love Island Winners Win?

The winning Love Island couple will claim £50,000 in prize money.

However, there is a twist.

Introduced to the ITV2 series when it relaunched in 2015, there is the possibility that one winning contestant will go home with nothing.

Dun dun dun…

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Love Island: SR4: Ep56 on ITV2
Pictured: Jack and Dani – Love Island winners?

Love Island Split or Steal

The ‘split or steal’ conundrum sees the overall winning Love Island contestant (whoever receives the highest amount of public votes) given the choice of whether they want to split the £50,000 prize money or keep it all to themselves.

Of course, no-one has actually done this, but imagine if Jack Fincham was to steal the entire jackpot off girlfriend Dani Dyer… now that’s entertainment!

What Are the Love Island 2018 Winners Odds?

As expected, Dani and Jack are strongly tipped to win series four, priced at 1/10.

Despite only sneaking it through the last eviction round, Josh Denzel and Kazimir Crossley head into the Love Island final as the second favourites to win.


Then, there is Paul Knops and Laura Anderson (14) and Wes Nelson and Megan Barton-Hanson (16).

Both Jack and Dani are evenly priced at 1/9 to win the competition overall, with the general public not fussed about who takes the crown, so long as they take it together.

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Love Island: SR4: Ep52 on ITV2

What Time is the Love Island Final Tonight?

The Love Island 2018 final will air at the normal time of 9 pm, on ITV2.

However, the grand finale will air for an extended 35 minutes, airing from 9 pm to 10.35 pm.

Meet the Love Island cast at one of these 17 venues – London, Wales, Manchester!



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