Cheapest place to get ESV Bibles.
A couple thoughts about buying Bibles:
1. Get a Bible that you really like. I like the new designs and covers that publishers are coming out with (to an extent). I think you should like your Bible and want to carry it with you.
2. If you can, buy a new Bible every couple of years. A new Bible makes me want to read the Bible more. Also, it is not good to get familiar with where certain passages are on the pages. When you start reading a new Bible, it forces you to read more carefully. Some will argue that most Americans already have too many Bibles on their shelves. So, if you want, give your old Bibles away. I like the freshness of the feel of a new Bible. It helps me study.
3. Mark your Bible up. Circle, underline, highlight. I've heard it said that studying is reading with a pen in hand. If you do this, you will need to get a new Bible every couple of years. You want to make fresh marks each time you read a passage not just look over your old marks.
4. Bring the same translation to church that your pastor preaches from.