No, mine doesn't have the LTE models either, only wifi.
I'd like to order mine off the Apple website, but I have $400 in Best Buy gift cards I planned to use, so I'm going to just have to sit tight.
It appears that no third-party retailers have any of the cellular versions of the iPad Mini with Retina. Just out of curiosity, I checked Verizon's website and Wal-Mart. Verizon lists a ship-by date of Dec. 2 and Wal-Mart simply states that it's out of stock online.
On Best Buy's website, all of the cellular versions are listed as "coming soon."
If you really want a cellular iPad Mini Retina as soon as possible, it seems going directly to Apple is the only way right now.
If you're married to the notion of purchasing one from Best Buy, the best strategy seems to be to keep checking the website to see if the status changes from "coming soon" to "in store only" or whatever that reveals Best Buy is starting to get them in. Then it becomes a matter of seeing whether your local store has your specific unit in stock.
Though I realize that the Mini Retina is in short supply overall, I wonder why the cellular versions are almost non-existent at third-party retailers? Are the cellular chips in such short supply? It doesn't seem to be as big an issue with the iPad Airs with cellular. Or is it a combination of that along with supposed poor screen yields for the device?
I'm not sure what's worse -- wondering when third-party retailers will actually start stocking the device or trying to find one after availability's been announced.
I know, I know ... first-world problems.
I have been calling different BB stores almost every day. One store told me that they should get them in 3 weeks or so.
Luckily, I found one at Apple store today. Will pick up in the evening and return my wifi only to BB.