So, some of your answers that you have received are partially true. There is some myth that is circulating that there is some warehouse "full of Twinkies" that haven't been delivered. While many of us would hope that would be the case, sadly it isn't. Here's the truth. Hostess stopped production of their goodies weeks and weeks ago. Their plants were running at less than 50% production levels for months, and the supply of goodies they sent out reflects that low production rate. Second, you need to know that Twinkies, Ding Dongs, Cupcakes, and the other goodies don't just show up on regular trucks to the stores like some lead you to believe. Some seem to think, for instance, they just show up with the regular freight at Walmart, Target, etc. They do not. Local vendors deliver these products for regional plants. Most retailers haven't received a Hostess vendor visit in weeks. Now, there is a few instances where there were one, maybe two trucks leaving a plant/bakery heading to a vendor, that got turned away once they arrived at the vendor drop-off, but there is no giant warehouse full of Twinkies left.
If you peruse the completed listings on eBay, you run a wide range of auction ending prices. There are boxes that go from $10 up to almost $60 in price. These are ending prices, meaning someone bought them at that price. Looking at active listings won't give you a good idea of what they're selling for. Even if you sold a box for $10, you'd still make your money back from your original purchase. They were $4.29 in the stores around where I'm at.
I'd sell them now if possible. I'd do a limited time auction, with a low starting point, and offer free shipping.
Doesn't hurt to try. But at least now you have a better insight into the truth rather than the myth that people want to lead you on to.