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Love Island final date revealed: how can you get tickets?

Everything you need to know about the grand finale

The final episode of Love Island is nearing. After the longest running season of the reality show to date, the grand finale is set to air soon. Here is everything you need to know about the last episode - and where you can get tickets to join in with the action:

When is the Love Island final?

The final will air at 9pm until 10.35pm on ITV2 on Monday 30 July.

How can you get tickets?

You can be part of the live action at the Love Island villa in Mallorca, Spain, by applying through Applause Store. Tickets are free but audience members are expected to make their own way to the island and must be over 18. Guests will be given the exact address on their official ticket and are expected to arrive at 4.30pm.

Who is tipped to win?

Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer are currently the bookmakers’ favourites. They have been together from the start, and have stayed faithful to each other throughout. Josh Denzel and Kazimir Crossley are in second place.

Who is tipped to win?

Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer are currently the bookmakers’ favourites. They have been together from the start, and have stayed faithful to each other throughout.

What is the prize?

The winning couple will take home a grand prize of £50,000 cash between them.

How else can you get involved?

Applause Store is offering free tickets to watch Love Island: The Reunion at Elstree Film and TV Studios in Hertfordshire. Presented by Caroline Flack, the live show will bring all the islanders together again on Sunday 5 August. Applicants must be aged 18 or over.

What happened at last year’s final?

After weeks of drama, viewers voted Islanders Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies as their favourite couple. During the 90-minute episode, they

were each given an envelope, one containing £50,000 and the other containing nothing. Cetinay opened the one with the cash, but opted to share it with his girlfriend rather than keep it for himself.

Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow were named runners-up, while Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood finished in third place.

Last year, fans who bagged tickets to the finale were allowed into the villa to watch all the action and then party with the contestants. Fans had to pay for their own flight and accommodation, but local transport to the villa and refreshments were provided.

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