LOVE Island 2019 has gripped the nation, with the tears, tantrums and perfect tans keeping the Great British public tuned in to ITV2.
But all good things must come to an end, and Love Island is no exception, with the finale an episode you do not want to miss. Here is everything you need to know about when the series is wrapping up and how you could get a ticket to watch the final.
When is the Love Island 2019 end date?
Love Island bosses have yet to reveal when the series will end.
But given this season is expected to last eight weeks it is likely the show will conclude around the end of July, perhaps July 29.
Last year, season four, which also ran for eight weeks, wrapped up on Monday, July 30.
The penultimate episode was shown a day before the finale show (Sunday, July 29).
However, the programme is known to run longer than anticipated, as the series in 2017 was extended by a week following its huge success in 2016.
Can I get tickets to the Love Island 2019 final?
Although tickets for the live final are not yet available, eager beavers can register now to be notified when they are released.
Fans, who are 18-years-old or older, need only head over to Applause Store, where they can request free audience tickets for the grand final.
It is advised to only apply for tickets if you are going to be in Spain at the end of July, as there are a limited number.
What's the prize for the winners of Love Island 2019?
The winning couple of Love Island 2019 will take home a grand prize of £50,000, which they can either split between them or one can leave with the jackpot.
The current firm favourite (at odds of 6-4) to win are Amber Gill and Michael Griffiths.
They officially coupled up in week three after both being in a friendship couple following the launch episode.
Other couples tipped by the bookies to emerge victorious are Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard with odds of 3-1 and Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague at 13-2.
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