I've had good luck with Kelty tents, bought them online from Campmor. What ever you buy make sure tent fly offers full coverage,
down to ground, not partial coverage on sides. Also, bathtub style floor with sewn edge above ground level is preferable. Recommend
use of a ground sheet, anything will suffice.
While you dont have to spend alot, you do tend to get what you pay for with tents. One night in a leaky tent you'll wished you'd have
bought a better one. Bonus, if you store dry and take care of, they'll last a long time. What ever you buy, test in backyard, seam seal
any leaky areas. You'll appreciate later.