The Mets announced Tuesday they have rescaled ticket prices for the 2012 season, which will lead to lower ticket prices for the majority of season ticket holders next year.No season ticket holder will see an increase for next season and will also receive new early renewal incentives and season-long benefits. A breakdown of the rescaled ticket prices: Eighty percent of seats will have a reduction of approximately five percent or greater. Fifty-seven percent of seats will have a reduction of 10 percent or greater. Thirty-five percent will have a cut of 20 percent or more. Eighteen percent will have a drop of 30 percent or more. More than 15,000 seats will cost less than $25 per game. The biggest season ticket holder price reductions come in the Caesars Silver (39 percent), Caesars Gold (34 percent), Promenade Outfield (33 percent), Promenade Box (30 percent) and Promenade Gold (30 percent) categories. Among the renewal incentives are ticket holders who pay in full by Nov. 7 will receive admission to four exclusive events with access to Mets players and front-office staff, including batting practice and an autograph session with players. The Amazin' Mets Perks program also will expand, with new benefits and exclusive experiences for fans who pay in full or select a three-month or six-month payment plan by Nov. 7. The club's first-ever "Select-A-Seat" event runs Nov. 17-19 at Citi Field, where season ticket holders will have the opportunity to upgrade their location with their dedicated Account Service Executive, based on seniority. Complete season ticket holder information is available at Mets.com. The Mets will release information on Ticket Plans and Packs in the coming weeks.