Weekend Shopping Bargains Celebrity Edition: Great Deals and Coupon Codes

Save big on clothing, jewelry and bags seen on celebrities.

April 15, 2011— -- It's the end of the week and "Good Morning America" series "Where the Weekend Sales Are" has special famous fashion deals at a fraction of the cost.

There's a twist today: These items have been seen on celebrities.

All deals are while supplies last and discounts are not applied on shipping or taxes (where applicable).

Stella & Dot Petra Bracelet:

This beautiful braided bracelet has been worn by stars such as Cheryl Burke from "Dancing With the Stars," who wore it prominently on her book cover.

Deal: Retails for $98 but today and Saturday, "GMA" viewers can get the same bracelet for 30 percent off. That's $69. Promo Code: GMA30.

Sugarfactory.com Couture Pops:

They're called Couture Pops and the company, Sugarfactory, customized a line especially for Britney Spears on her "Circus" tour. Now Kim Kardashian has a line of them too, as does Hello Kitty. It's a fun gift or accessory for the woman who likes a little bling and has a sweet tooth, and they're sure to be hugely popular on prom night.

Deal: They retail for $22 to $25 but for today through Sunday, "GMA" viewers can get them for $10 off. Promo Code: GMA2011.

Tell me what you'd love to see featured in a future weekend deals segments and I'll hustle to hunt it down for you. Talk to me on Twitter or Facebook.

OmniPeace gear worn by celebrities:

Sheryl Crow and Jennifer Aniston are a few of the celebs who wear Omnipeace gear. The organization funnels 25 percent of its profits to groups with education and anti-poverty programs in Africa.

Deal: Today through Sunday, all official OmniPeace tees, totes and coin purses are 30 percent off for "GMA" viewers. Promo Code: Omnipeace30.

Ellington HandbagsIt's a small company based in Portland, Ore., that sells a wide assortment of handbags, clutches, wallets and travel bags.

Deal: For today only -- for "GMA" viewers only -- you can purchase one of their more than 150 styles for 25 percent off. That would cut the price of Naomi Watts' leather bag, called the Eva Crossbody -- which retails for $149 -- to about $112. Promo Code: GMA25.

'Where the Weekend Sales Are'

Blee Inara stretchy bracelets:Blee Inara is the brainchild of a stay-at-home mom who has become a successful entrepreneur. One of its most popular lines are stretchy bracelets. They're being worn by celebrities such as Lauren Conrad and was featured in this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.

Deal: For today through Sunday only, "GMA" viewers can get these hot bracelets, which retail from $19 to $75, for 50 percent off. This deal only applies to the Stretchy Collection. Promo Code: GMA50.

Booginhead Pacigrip

The Pacigrip clips babies' pacifiers right to their shirts. It's a simple solution that's cute, too.

Deal: These little lifesavers retail for $5 -- which is really reasonable -- but "GMA" viewers can get them for 50 percent off, today through Sunday. Promo Code: GMA.

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Inspiration Bracelet

Loved by the legendary country music icons the Judds, these bracelets were worn by the mom-daughter duo during premiere week of their OWN show. They told fans on OpenSky.com: "These bracelets remind us every time we catch a glimpse of them on our wrists to wish, imagine, love, hope and believe -- the prefect recipe for making each day special." Regularly priced $68. GMA deal price is $40. Valid 4/15.

Inspiration Bracelet

A celebrity family favorite--fans range from Oprah to denise Richards--magically create the perfect personalized storybook starring your little hero using their face and name. Starting at $27.95. Save 40% using code GMASPRIL valid 4/15 through 4/17.

Cutie Pa Tutus customized cape and tutus

The children of Jessica Alba and Camila Alves & Matthew McConaughey have been spotted in celebrity magazines wearing creations from this adorable shop. Starting at $38, save 40% on all items using code GMA40 valid 4/15 only.

Tory Johnson is the CEO of Women for Hire and the Workplace Contributor for ABC's "Good Morning America."