This thing with making editions exclusive to certain chain stores has been going on for a while. It used to be specific countries. Like you could only get the 2 disc version of "Flowers in the dirt" in Japan. And the 2 disc "Off The Ground - the complete works" was available in Japan and Germany only. I remember when "Flaming Pie" was out, you would get an exclusive "Oobujoobu" CD for free, only if you bought "Flaming Pie" at a Best Buy store in the USA. Anywhere else in the world, it just wasn't available. And if you want the current Ringo album in it's deluxe edition, that's an Amazon.com exclusive.
Meanwhile, it has been revealed that the vinyl edition 2LP version of "Kisses on The Bottom" only has fourteen tracks. 4 on each side of LP 1, three on each side of LP 2. Which means that even vinyl buffs will have to fork out for the deluxe edition on CD (16 tracks version) in order to keep their collection complete. I smell dollars.
Paul McCartney will commemorate the release of his "Kisses On The Bottom" with a once in a lifetime free streaming performance taking place live at 7:00 p.m. PST Thursday 9th February, from the famed Capitol Studios in Los Angeles where much of the new album was created. Fans can watch the intimate concert through iTunes on their Mac or PC. That's four in the morning on the tenth, my time.... yawn.
Here's a good read, an article which couples together the two single song releases "My Valentine" and "Wings" and makes it into a good old-fashioned Beatles single.