I suggest the answer is yes, but is it better to wait for the promised wikis for this sort of thing - could anyone in the know about the tech design of the site comment? I believe that posts won't be editable in the future after the 5 minute grace period, so a sticky of the sort that is on Flyertalk wouldn't really work. I also wonder whether/how that list should be policed - IMO, there are too many examples on FT of people just writing a script and posting every code that appears to be accepted, even when the description for many of them makes it clear that they aren't current. The list of codes on the FT sticky has grown enormously over the last couple of years but the quality has fallen, it probably contains only a handful of current ones - a newcomer to the site who had never registered for a code before could work their way through all of those codes, and end up disappointed with what they actually receive (and many seem to). The most reliable codes are those posted by people who have actually received them from PC by email. Or is trying to keep the list up-to-date a thankless task? When codes post, it can be difficult to work out what they were in some cases. Comments welcome.