(CNN) — It used to be that frequent flier rewards were pretty standard. Not so these days: airlines are instead trading in magical scarves, Justin Timberlake concert tickets -- even marriage proposals.
"There's a high amount of demand for airline seats. Rather than frustrate members by shutting them out, airlines figure, why not offer them an award that is always available," notes Jay Sorensen, president of IdeaWorksCompany, which recently released a report on the weirdest and most wonderful frequent flier awards.
Click through the gallery for some of the best rewards that airlines have to offer.