When is the Love Island 2018 final, how long does the series run and how much prize money do the winners get?

LOVE Island 2018 has already been confirmed to be the series longest-running yet.

With this in mind, here is all you need to know about this year’s grand final and how much money the winning couple will be leaving with…

This series is set to be the longest yet with a staggering eight-week run

When is the Love Island 2018 final?

The Love Island final date has officially confirmed to be Monday, July 30.

That would make it exactly eight weeks since the show premiered on June 4 which was the advertised length the series was meant to run for.

On July 12, Samira Mighty said the show had two-and-a-half weeks left.

The final’s date makes the length of the fourth series a full week longer than in 2017 and two weeks longer than series one and two.

The previous two years’ finals were also both held on a Monday and this one will once again be live from the Mallorcan villa.

Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham smooched for the first time in the Love Island villa
Fans predict Jack and Dani will be in the final after the couple smooched for the first time

What does the winning couple get?

The Love Island prize money is £50,000 but the winning couple must first decide whether they went on the show for love or money.

The two Islanders both pick envelopes with one containing the money and the other containing nothing.

The Islander who picked the money envelope then has the choice whether to keep the £50,000 or share it.

Last year, Kem picked the money envelope but decided to share it with Amber.

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When is Love Island on ITV2?

Love Island series four kicked off on Monday, June 4, on ITV2.

The show is airing at 9.00pm six nights a week – only taking a break on Saturdays – over eight weeks.

Caroline Flack has presented Love Island since it returned to TV in 2015 and is joined once again by voice-over artist Iain Stirling.

Kem Cetinay, the winner in 2017, is also back to host a daily spin-off podcast entitled The Morning After with TV presenter Arielle Free.

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