The wallet app that launched last week will offer two months of free access to the wallet.
This is the first time that Apple Pay has offered two months free, and is expected to be followed by other payment apps in the coming weeks.
Users who want to receive money for their Apple Pay purchases in the future will need to log in with their bank account and use their credit or debit card.
Wallet says it’s working on a mobile app that can be used in the home.
Apple Pay has also launched a free trial for iPhone and iPad users.
Users who sign up for the trial will be able to send money for $5 to any one of the following addresses:An unnamed Starbucks, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Panera Bread, CVS, Rite Aid, Dunkin Donuts, or Walgreens.
This service will last until July 26.
Users can also sign up to receive cash and credit on their Apple Watch.
Wallet will be launching a beta program later this year.