I'm showing ball joints price from 24 to 60 dollars each.
and tie rod ends range from 14 to 44 dollars.
You can spend the rest of the money on tools to do the job and an alignment.
You'd come out of it with brand new tools. Although you only need a good jack, a ball joint seperation fork, a sledge hammer and some large adjustable wrenches.
I've never done the sledge hammer method, but my buddy does it almost daily.
I'd probably go with the rental tool like used here: