I finally bought myself round and square Magic Line pans. Now what am I going to do with the round Wilton ones that I have. They are just like new, never been put in the dishwasher, some never used.
I don't want to mess with Craig's List or E-Bay that's just too much of a hassle for me.
What do others do when they replace their pans?
If you're not interested in getting any money for them (if you are then I think Ebay is your best choice), then why not donate them to a church or vocational school.
I don't do anything with them... I keep them around. In the cake world
they make great brownie/cookie pans, they are great templates for cake boards, and are great for resting sitting figures upon when modeling, etc. They also make great trays for plants that need humidity (just put a fine layer of pebbles down, fill with water and rest your pots on the surface of the rocks. They make great water/feeding dishes for pets. They are good as a tray for placing things that drip (bleach, household cleaners, etc.) into thereby preventing rings on closet shelves, etc. That's just a few things one can do with (any, not just Wilton) cake pan!
If you don't want to fuss with Ebay yourself (I sell stuff on Ebay all the time and I've also purchased a lot of caking stuff there, too), and you want some cash look for a local business that sells on Ebay. There are lots of them out there that will take your items, take care of all the listing, shipping, etc. and you get the proceeds (minus their commission, of course). Try the yellow pages or search online.
I have mostly ML, but I still use my Wilton pans occasionally when I have lots of layers to bake.
They make great deep dish pizza pans
Oh Mike, I like your thinking!
I am going to try to sell mine in a yard sale this spring.