$150

The reels in these two combos are Shimano Sienna 4000FDs. The Sienna 4000FD operates on a 4 bearing system (three shielded bearings and one roller bearing).  It has a Gear Ratio of 5.1:1 and a Maximum Drag of 13 lbs.; lbs.-yds. = 8-240, 10-200, 12-160; Max Line Cap = 10-200 mono, 30-175 braid; Recovery = 32).  It features a magnesium frame and side-plate, an aluminum spool, a cold-forged aluminum rotor, and, although notable for its strength, it is lightweight. It can be used effectively in freshwater or saltwater, with mono, fluoro, or braid. This reel has a lot of high-end features, yet, it remains affordable.  In fact, the Shimano Sienna 4000FD has been cited as the absolute best value to technology purchase you can make when it comes to quality spinning tackle! The reels are brand new, fresh out of the clam, and they are spooled with new 30 lb. PowerPro Moss Green Braided Line.
The Ugly Stiks are also brand new.  The Ugly Stik GX2, Model# USPS702M is 7 ft. (2 pcs) Medium Action, with Medium Power.  The GX2 is the next generation of the original Ugly Stik that was introduced in 1976. Ugly Stik GX2 is a lighter feeling rod but with the same toughness that that earned Ugly Stik its well- deserved reputation as a real workhorse.
If you buy the components of these combos from Wal-Mart, you will pay $31.79 ($29.99 + $1.80 tax) for the Shimano Sienna 4000FD, $26.39 ($24.90 + $1.49 tax) for the 30 lb.  PowerPro Braided Line, and $41.97 ($39.71 + $2.26 tax) for the 7 ft. Ugly Stik GX2.  That comes to a total of $100.15 per combo or $200.30 for the two.  Follow up on this add, and you can buy either combo for $80 or both for $150.  

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