When is the Love Island 2019 final and who could win the prize money?

When is the Love Island final? Love Island end date confirmed

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If you're wondering when Love Island 2019 finishes, the final date has been confirmed.

The Love Island 2019 final is nearing with Season 5 of the ITV2 show now past its half-way point.

Again the show will conclude with a live final on ITV2 where the winner will be crowned.

Love Island 2019 final date

The Love Island final date for 2019 is on Monday, July 29.

The series will conclude between 9pm - 10.35pm, airing on ITV2 as usual.

In the final, the public crown their favourite couple before - based on past series - a twist decides who gets the prize money.

The top couple will individually decide whether they want to split or steal the money. If they both split, each will enjoy £25,000. If both steal, they'll get nothing but if one steals and one splits, the one who steals will get all £50,000 for themselves.

As for who will win, bookies report that currently Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague are the most popular picks with Ladbrokes punters to be this year's Love Island's winning couple.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "Tommy and Molly-Mae have faced a few tricky tests but the couple long stronger than ever and punters clearly think they'll go all the way this year."

Love Island 2019 final tickets

Meanwhile, you can book tickets to be at the live final at the Love Island Villa in Mallorca, Spain.

If you happen to be in Spain this month, you can request free audience tickets online now via Applause Store.

The minimum age limit is 18.

For now, Love Island continues nightly on ITV2 at 9PM.

Alongside the main show, spin-off show After Sun airs Sunday nights at 10PM.

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