The most toothy neps(hamata, edwardsiana, macrophylla, villosa) are expensive and are highland plants. I'll have some hamatas for sale in a while thanks to a good friend of mine but they'll be around $190. I would suggest checking Carnivero's website. They have a great selection and are my favorite nepenthes seller. I would start out with a slightly harder nep before buying expensive plants.
Ofc thanks wasnt sure since newer to them and was checking. Any recommendations for good hardy indoor plants will grow in 60to 75° f temps and 65 to 78%humidity? Trying pin down few kinds that will be good starter plants I currently have nepenthes suki and lady luck I got from carnivero in nov last year and was wondering what kinds next would be favorable but not overly pricey hoping find 30s or less