I mean Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells is your selection. Would you like to have more rules and to have to track the subreddit more? Or do you need to leave it as is and continue to threat the hostility in the comments on the more contentious posts like the museum + edited pics articles, which would likewise need to be tracked more?
Or do you need users to have the expectation that everything they want can be located in some specific threads on a particular schedule? I believe it works out nicely for another subreddits that do it. And honestly, to me, setting up automod to run the threads and then simply monitoring the decrease quantity of posts sounds like much less work.
Despite the fluffy nature of the sport, this community can be incredibly rabid when something they do not like gets posted. I report these things as I see them, but I see the toxic posters continue to post here and wonder whether it even does some good. Like I reported somebody who was all over a thread telling people to eff off and things a few weeks ago and they were posting the next day just like nothing had happened. You can't ever make those sorts of people/situations go away, but you can attempt to lower the chance of them occurring by structuring rules and things around them clearly.
Another solution is a broader flair system, but folks browsing reddit via specific ways don't even see flair unless animal crossing new horizons bells for sale they specifically enable it so you'd have to accept that was flawed in the get-go.