TP-Link 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch for $19. Just $2 more than the 5-Port. An 8-port switch normally sells for about $25.
We own a couple TP-Link switches, and never had an issue with them.
Update: Sold out at Newegg, but the same deal is available at B&H Photo Video with free shipping.
Also, the 5-Port Switch at $17 is a good price if you have 4 devices or fewer that need to be networked. Note that one port will be used as an "uplink" to your router or other switches. The 5-port is also backed by a 5-year warranty, but is about half the size of the 8-port so it takes less room in tight spaces.
Also, if you need ethernet cables, check out: Monoprice's selection of Cat-6 cables of any length or color you may need. These are great for offices and closets where you may want different colored cables to keep them organized. Jadaol Flat Ethernet Cables for hiding a cable along the wall, especially over long distances. We had a few of these since 2016, connecting a switch to the opposite side of the room from the outlet. The white color and flat cable made it easy to hide along the baseboard of the wall. If wifi had been the cause of faulty video calls, downloads, and games from your computers and gaming devices, ethernet cables and switches can give faster and more reliable networking than wifi to devices with ethernet ports.