dude, i work at cvs as a pharmacy tech. They give the plastic syringes out for free all the time.
But when someone askes for insulin syringes(the thin plastic syringes with the 28-31gauge needle tip, at least in new jersey, you need a prescription. I get all my syringes and 60ml, 120ml, 180ml, 240ml, 480ml plastic bottles from there.
Just ask them for the plastic kind they dispense with the liquid amoxicillin (the bubblegum flavored pink stuff
). We carry 1ml, 3ml and 10ml syringes along with plastic measuring spoon type scoops which i believe are 2 teaspoon=10ml.
But yea, as long as you ask for the right kind and not the ones with needle tips, you should have no problems. CVS occationally gives away free pill organizers(the 7 day long strips with the flip caps) for free to customers, which are great for measuring out food for fish sitters or just to make life easier for yourself.
i am finaling finding some benifit to working there while going to school.
They ofcourse also carry Magnesium sulfate over the counter and can order you some items for you like kno3(although its alot more expensive than greg watson).
If you don't have the nerve, wait til your child is sick and score some syringes then.