The common understanding of sutta-based Buddhism is that the cycle of rebirth is endless - unless one becomes at least a stream-enterer.
There is little reason to doubt this view since it is consistent with the teaching, and it is explicit in the whole SN 15, in SN 22.99, SN 22.100, and SN 56.35.
But compared to this shocking message that was certainly not easy to digest for the Buddha’s contemporaries - and maybe even an essential reason to practice at all - these few suttas would be very rare.
What other suttas are there which explicitly state this message. Maybe there are suttas with devas
Also suttas like AN 7.62, AN 7.66, DN 1 and DN 24 carry this message (Brahma is not eternal and will be reborn etc) but these suttas come with a later flair.
So I wonder, what other explicit formular, pericopes, or suttas are there which expilicitly say that any kind of rebirth in any loka is essentially futile and that practice for liberation is the inevitable conclusion?