I live in a world where there are children, expenses and other things that consume most of my budget. Like you I love music and like you I have a finite amount of money to spent (although yours has increasingly gotten larger with time).
You should make these deluxe editions with the concert discs available to fans in a separate single disc edition as well. Not with the original album only (which UMG did in a bizarre move that, frankly, doesn't make sense) but with the concert recordings available separately.
No one wants to become a music pirate but these type of triple dips (previously confined to companies where the artist had little to no input in that decision) is insulting to your fans.
Honestly, we love you but tough love has got to rule the day here otherwise I'd have yet another Elvis album duplicating the others I already have.
Do the right things for your fans (and there are many of middle aged ones that are giving up on artist such as yourself because of the exploitation of their fan base by these re-releases).
If nothing else, price them so that they are like a single disc release. I realize that economics play into this as well as supporting your family but your fans have supported you for a long time (in my case since 1978).
Follow Andy Partridge's suit with his demo series "Fuzzy Warbles" and release these separately so fans don't have to buy what they already have purchsed (Andy's compilations did not overlap with ANY of the Virgin releases of XTC's back catalog--the right way to do things IMHO).