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Here's How You Can Get Your Hands On ‘Love Island: Aftersun’ Tickets

Here's How You Can Get Your Hands On ‘Love Island: Aftersun’ Tickets

We watch Love Island every single night and eagerly look forward to Sundays, when we not only get a full episode of Love Island, but also get to watch Aftersun, in which host Caroline Flack grills a panel and the contestants about that week's events in the villa. But how do you get hold of tickets, we hear you ask?

Credit: ITV2
Credit: ITV2
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Head to Applause Store, which operates a free ticket service to help you nab seats just metres away from the Flack and the dumped contestants as they discuss the dramas of the week.

The show, which is filmed in Elstree at the BBC Studios, is currently offering seats for this Sunday, 7th July, at 7.30pm.

Tommy is causing drama on Love Island. Credit: ITV 2
Tommy is causing drama on Love Island. Credit: ITV 2

To get tickets, you have to register for an account, and then you can apply for tickets to all kinds of shows, from Michael McIntyre's Big Show to A League Of Their Own. After registering, you can apply for up to four tickets on Love Island: Aftersun.

Anna pictured alongside her fellow Love Island Contestants. Credit: Love Island / ITV2
Anna pictured alongside her fellow Love Island Contestants. Credit: Love Island / ITV2
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We've only been given a sneak preview of tonight's episode, but it looks pretty explosive already, with previously stable couple Michael Griffiths and Amber Gill looking like their relationship is over after the Liverpudlian firefighter cracked on with new girl Joanna.

And the "mum and dad of the villa", Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart, also look like their relationship is in trouble after new bombshell Jourdan Riane caught the professional dancer's eye.

We also saw Caroline herself heading into the villa, meaning a recoupling and multiple dumpings are extremely likely. Yikes.

Credit: ITV2
Credit: ITV2

Looks like it's going to be an explosive episode of Love Island: Aftersun. Here's hoping our ticket requests somehow get chosen out of the thousands that will no doubt be applying.

Love Island continues every night at 9pm on ITV2.

Love Island: Aftersun takes place every Sunday at 10pm, after the main show, also on ITV2.

Featured Image Credit: ITV2

Topics: Celebrity News, TV News, TV Entertainment

Deborah Cicurel

Deborah Cicurel is a freelance journalist at Tyla. She writes entertainment, travel and lifestyle content for a variety of print and digital titles.

 

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