You should be able to get yourself IP Baned if requested just saying.... not that I want to but I was going to use it as a consequence to me not strictly following my own advice since I'm trying to stop smoking. To my surprise I was told that this can not be done due to issues in the past.
The point of willpower is not to punish yourself when you fail. It is the stop yourself, consciously recognize if/that/how/when you've failed, and then reinforce the will to do what it is that you're trying to do, or trying to not do.
Using simple punishments does make it more effective, but they can also create drawbacks (such as a dependency upon punishing yourself, or a belief that you "deserve this" punishment).
Another, positive, means you can use is conscious focus on what you are doing whenever you pull out a cigarette. Instead of letting your body go through the motions from subconsciously learned instincts, make your mind become aware of what is going on, and focus on what is going on (ala, the awareness practices in the IIH, where you focus on what you are eating as you eat it). Ask yourself, and your body, "Do I need this cigarette?" and if the answer is no, then put it away and use your will to settle your nerves instead
If it is yes, then smoke the cigarette mindful of every breath in, and every breath out, of the smoke as it goes through your lungs, and any other sensations you can pick up from it. As you place more awareness on the activity, it should hopefully become less of a subconscious act, and more of an act that you have to consciously agree to each time that you do it. And with continued perceptions into what's going on internally, you may even be able to eventually consciously create the same internal effects without actually smoking the cigarette, at which point when you pull it out you'll ask yourself why you even bother.
However, there is also the potential with the mindfulness, that you feel even more dependent upon the cigarettes, if you consciously reinforce the sensations and chemicals as being a normal part of your life. So you'll have to make sure to account for this possibility too ^_^
And last of my advice to you, jayfk, keep track of how many you smoke, and when you smoke them (by day, or by hour and day), as you smoke them. Don't keep the time down to the minute, as keeping it down to the hour and day, or just the day (especially if you do it in a visual chart, ie marking it on a calendar), will help your subconscious mind tally up the numbers and make associations more easily in order to see just how often you do smoke. And if you care about the money you're spending, you can use a little legend that says "One tick = $xx.xx" and then write in how much money you've spent each day, and then each week, and then each month. It probably won't help you quit cold-turkey, but if you find you smoke a lot, then it should help cut down one per time period (one per week, one per day, one per whenever) to start.
Even if you don't use any of these specific suggestions, take some time to think up and analyze whichever methods you want to use. Make sure that they have benefits, that they make you pay attention, and that you are actively doing something positive as well