Aside from the bottling bucket and jars (mason qt jars will do fine)....
Bakery buckets with lids (free from your local bakery), a paint strainer, a large serrated bread knife, and a dishpan.
Cut out the centers of two of the bucket lids (all except for maybe a 1 or 2 inch rim), drill holes in the bottom of one of the buckets, then put the paint strainer inside the holey bucket, secured with one of the holey bucket lids and put that on top of another bucket(preferable the bottling bucket) that has the other holey lid on it.
Uncap the frames with the serrated knife (it takes a bit of practice but works great) into the dishpan. Not ideal but works great considering the cost.
Dump your honey into the top paint strainer bucket, it will strain through to the bottling bucket where you can drain it out to a different bucket. Then dump the cappings into the strainer bucket and let drain. After they drain you can put them out away from the beehives and away from people for the bees to clean up.
Capping scratcher is nice but not indispensable....if you are ordering stuff anyway get one.
Price: Bottling bucket, $20 Dishpan,$5 Paint strainer, $2 Bakery buckets, $0 Bread knife, (existing)
Filters work but are a bit of a pain compared to the cheap way
. If you want to filter it after running it through the quick strainer that is fine, but I find that it isn't really necessary most of the time.