I really don't believe the answer is to remove them completely. People today come from Animal Crossing Bells a very vulnerable area submitting those and are attempting to provide their heart into a safe community they expect will take it. I think it could be really detrimental to get an automated delete in return.
Also regarding spoilers and time traveling, I know think it's a remarkably tough thing to medium regarding seasonal events and things. I do however feel that spoilers could be used for some time locked items (like the mario items) that are hacked in prior to their release date. This could be less taxing to medium since there's a fixed release date for those items and the spoiler tag could be enforced in the day of the upgrade to the day of item release. It is not something that bothers me but might be something to consider.
On common occurances I think that landmark articles are good for the subreddit entire as animal crossing is mainly a game about setting your goals and think that it's great that people have a place to share them. I'm also very sympathetic about the sticky limit and with that in mind I think the current codes and questions threads do a nice job of maintaining the subreddit tidy.
Anyhow that was my two cents, I think you guys are doing a great job with the subreddit and you're taking it in a good direction!
There needs to be more restriction on this. 1" or "AnKhA on The Beach wow!" Like they're not even pointing out anything unique or special with the game.
Other items like getting a Jacob's Ladder flower are far too repetitive. Like I'd understand if they did more with the post like showing off their five star staircase but using a shaky cell phone pic of the change showing that they got 5 stars and a screenshot is low effort.
There's no storyline or surprise when it comes to a sport like AC. I genuinely find it mad when people are bothered by something as trivial as that. Together with trailers, reveals, and Animal Crossing Items For Sale literal swapped hemisphere seasons folks will be exposed to inaccessible objects anyway. Just like why are ppl's experience ruined by viewing a hallowe'en item when there was literally an entire trailer showcasing all the new stuff??