Price of the scope usually reflects the Quality of the scope
the higher the power the firearm the higher quality scope you should put on it if for no other reason a well made scope is going to be able to withstand the recoil far better than a cheap scope
a few of my favorite brand of scopes is Leupold,Zeiss and Swarovski but you are looking at 400. Minimum unless you pick up something second hand from the pawn shop but good luck finding any of those brands used.
Weaver is a good scope maker and have several models that are well within your price range
Burris is another good scope maker
I have heard a lot of flack about Tasco but I have to say I have had very good service with the one I have on a Marlin Lever action chambered for 30-30 that I have had since I was 14 and I am 50 now. I bought both the rifle and scope at K-Mart back when they used to sell Firearms.
However with all that said
if I was in the market for a scope I would consider hard and heavy the Burris Fullfield II 4.5-14x42 Riflescope Landmark Spotting Scope Combo that Cabellas has on sale
I had a Burris on a Remington bolt action chambered for 30-06 and it was a very good scope good clarity , fog proof lens and water proof. one of the best scopes I owned for the price.
here is the link if you want to take a look
Burris rifle&spotting scope combo